[rah-muh n] /ˈrɑ mən/
the change in wavelength of light scattered while passing through a transparent medium, the collection of new wavelengths (Raman spectrum) being characteristic of the scattering medium and differing from the fluorescent spectrum in being much less intense and in being unrelated to an absorption band of the medium.
a change in wavelength of light that is scattered by electrons within a material. The effect is used in Raman spectroscopy for studying molecules
The alteration of the frequency and the phase of light as it passes through a transparent medium. The Raman effect is caused by small differences between the energy of photons absorbed by the molecules that make up the medium and the energy of photons re-emitted.
[rah-mah-noo-juh] /rɑˈmɑ nʊ dʒə/ noun 1. 1017–1134, Indian leader of the Shri-Vaishnavite sect. /ˌræmæˈnuːdʒə/ noun 1. 11th century ad, Indian Hindu philosopher and theologian
[rah-mah-noo-juh n] /rɑˈmɑ nʊ dʒən/ noun 1. Srinivasa [shree-ni-vah-suh,, sree-] /ˈʃri nɪˈvɑ sə,, ˈsri-/ (Show IPA), 1887–1920, Indian mathematician.
/ˌræməˈfɔːsə/ noun 1. (Matamela) Cyril. born 1952, South African statesman and trade unionist; secretary general of the ANC (1991–97)
[rah-muh-pith-i-kuh s, -puh-thee-kuh s] /ˌrɑ məˈpɪθ ɪ kəs, -pəˈθi kəs/ noun 1. a genus of extinct Miocene ape known from fossils found in India and Pakistan and formerly thought to be a possible human ancestor.