Raman spectroscopy is a technique involving using a laser light to excite a sample of interest and the inelastically scattered (Raman) light collected and analyzed. The spectrum of Raman scattered light provides details of the Raman active molecules present in the sample under study. Since each molecule has unique energy structure, Raman spectral profiles of molecules are also specific to each. The intensity of the Raman bands is also known to be related to the number of scattering molecules, hence concentration.
The Department of Physics in conjunction with Solar Energy Research Group invites applications for T1 &T2 and T3 training in solar photovoltaic design, installation, maintenance and commissioning for the last quarter of 2021 training.
T1 &T2: At least a High School certificate. Extra professional or academic certificates and or field experience not compulsory for admission.
The Doctor of Philosophy in Physics is a three (3) year degree program offered on a full time basis. The degree program has been aligned to the global trend in Physics by enriching its content with knowledge and skills that address emerging issues in this discipline and their application for economic development.
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The Department of Physics in conjunction with Solar Energy Research Group invites applications for T1 &T2 training in solar photovoltaic design, installation, maintenance and commissioning which will take place online (Lectures) and practical at the Department of Physics, Chiromo Campus, University of Nairobi in January, 2021.