ICE Issue 9

13 Scientific Article The Israel Chemist and Chemical Engineer Issue 9 · January 2023 · Tevet 5783 Conclusion Raman spectroscopy is a well-known powerful analytical tool that has become increasingly important in recent years. More recently, the development of VHFs has led to high impact research in LFRS. The main aim of this article is to summarize unique characterization efforts using LFRS and polarized Figure 10. LFR spectra of (a) D-arginine, (b) L-arginine, (c) D-leucine, (d) L-leucine, (e) D-serine, and (f) L-serine. All powders were excited using P-Polarization. Red curves present the signal collected along P-Polarization, and blue curves present the signal collected along S-Polarization*. * Figure 9 and Figure 10 are reprinted with permission from Anal. Chem. 2022, 94, 3188−3193 ©2022 American Chemical Society. LFRS, leading to evolution of the technique into a versatile characterisation and material detection tool. In this article, we have summarised four of our distinct research efforts leading to the unique application of LFRS for enantiomeric identification in solid form.