Correlation Spectroscopy

The Research Centre for Correlation Spectroscopy was established in the early 1990s with the purpose of conducting trials and giving support and advice to scientific and technical research groups at the Complutense University and other public and private scientific institutions in the scope of the following experimental techniques:

IR and Raman Spectroscopy: It is an instrumental technique used to identify functional groups, characterization of materials structures and compositions and dynamic behavior of molecules in liquid

Photon Correlation Spectroscopy: It is a technique in physics that can be used to determine the size distribution profile of small articles in suspension or polymers in solution. It can also be used to probe the behavior of complex fluids such as concentrated polymer solutions

Ellipsometry: It is a technique for determining the properties of a material from the characteristics of light reflected from its surface. The materials studied include thin films, semiconductors, metals, and liquids.

These techniques are used, among other areas, in Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science , Biology , Pharmacy