Abstract

Raman scattering from ambient and shock-loaded heterogeneous (compressed pure polycrystalline) explosive materials has been examined using single-pulse laser excitation. In the case of triamino-trinitrobenzene (TATB), intense nonlinear scattering at 1170 cm−1 has been observed.

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