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A Composite Algorithm for Optimized Baseline Correction in Raman Spectroscopy

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We propose a novel algorithm for the pre-treatment and recovery of Raman signals from fluorescence contaminated spectra. This algorithm combines the second derivative and iterative smoothening routines for optimized spectral baseline estimation and correction.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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