Raman Spectra Databases

New Raman spectra are continuously added to this database making it the largest and most advanced Raman collection world-wide. Use the spectra with your Raman bench top instrument or your Raman hand-held instrument.

  • Core spectral range 3200 cm-1 to 200 cm-1 (except P/N L60122, L60124) with most spectra with a range of 4000 cm-1 to 200 cm-1
  • The samples were measured with excitation laser wavelength of 1064, 785, 532 or 488 nm


Name & Description


Raman All-Inclusive Database


The Raman All-Inclusive Database with 24.005 spectra includes the spectra of all Raman databases.

Raman Complete Collection


The Raman Complete Collection with 22.466 spectra includes all Raman spectra of databases L600XX. It does not include the spectra of databases L60122, L60124, L60125.

Defined and Commercial Polymer & Polymer Additives Database


4.600 Raman spectra of polymers, plastics and polymer additives.

Food Additives & Food Packaging Database


3.001 Raman spectra of substances added to food, including substances regulated by the FDA. Also spectra of indirect food additives such as for example substances that come into contact with food such as packaging and processing.

Solvents Database


1.053 Raman spectra of organic solvents.

Organometallics & Silicon Compounds Database


1.189 Raman spectra of organometallics and silicon containing compounds.

Biochemicals Database


5.124 Raman spectra of biochemicals partly including vitamins, resins, starches, glycerides, fatty acids, sugars, carbohydrates, proteins and peptides.

Aldehydes & Ketones Database


2.778 Raman spectra of aliphatic and aromatic aldehydes and ketones.

Alcohols & Phenols Database


2.398 Raman spectra of alcohols and phenol.

Esters, Lactones & Anhydrides Database


5.093 Raman spectra of carboxylic acids, esters, lactones and anhydrides.


Hydrocarbons Database


824 Raman spectra of hydrocarbons and halogenated hydrocarbons.

Flavors, Fragrances & Cosmetic Ingredients Database


2.827 Raman spectra of flavors, fragrances and ingredients used in the cosmetic industry. 

Pesticides Database


2.211 Raman spectra of pesticides including insecticides, herbicides, algaecides and fungicides

Semiconductor Chemicals Database


1.050 Raman spectra of chemicals used in the Semiconductor industry. 

Forensic Database


1.993 Raman spectra of compounds commonly of interest in forensic laboratories.

Dyes, Pigments & Stains Database


1.893 Raman spectra of selected dyes, pigments, stains and indicators.

Sulphur & Phosphorus Database


3041 Raman spectra of sulfur and phosphorus.

Hazardous Chemicals Database


4.763 Raman spectra of chemicals included in the EPA Cameo Database for Chemical Emergencies and Responders and USCG CHRISHazardous Chemicals database.

Toxic Chemicals Database


2.474 Raman spectra of toxic  chemicals included in the EPA Cameo Database for Chemical Emergencies and Responders, the USCG CHRIS Hazardous Materials database, the NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards Databases (NPG) and additionally chemicals regulated under the Toxic Substances Control Act.

Inorganics Database


1.517 Raman spectra of inorganic materials with 1.039 spectra with a spectral range 3200 cm-1-100 cm-1 and 392 spectra with a spectral range 1500 cm-1-200 cm-1.

Pharmaceuticals, Drugs & Antibiotics Database


3.791 Raman spectra of active substances and aids commonly used in pharmaceutical industry.

High Production Volume Chemicals Database


1.504 Raman spectra of substances included in the HPV Challenge Program Chemical List. The U.S. high production volume (HPV) chemicals are those, which are manufactured in or imported into the United States in amounts equal to or greater than 1 million pounds p.a.

Excipients Database


964 Raman spectra of pharmaceutical and cosmetic excipients. (Spectra are not included in L60020)

White Powders Database


377 Raman spectra of commercially available white powders and white chemical substances.

Coatings Database


857 Raman spectra of common coating materials. Various types of coating including binders, fillers, resins, pigments, dyes. Also typical types of enamels, primers, lacquers, powder coatings, stoving varnishes in fresh and cured form and many other compounds.

Paints Database


1.597 Raman spectra of art materials used in historical and modern paintings. This databases was developed especially for paintings renovators and conservators, art museums and for forensic purposes. It includes spectra of pigments (historical, inorganic, synthetic), fillers, binders, glues, varnishes, conservation materials, proteins, gums, oils, waxes, balsams, natural and synthetic resins, dispersions, dyes (natural, from plants and animals, synthetic), carbohydrates, and many other related compounds like typical solvents and polymers, cleaning agents, thickeners, retarders, chemicals and more.

Selected Organic Compounds Database


5.000 Raman spectra of selected organic compounds.  

EuroPharm Database


1.530 Raman spectra of relevant substances as described in the European Pharmacopeia (7th edition) and other relevant active substances and aids commonly used in pharmaceutical formulations.This database was especially developed for the raw material identification and quality control in European Pharmacies. (Spectra are included in L60020)

Environmental Pollutants Database


680 Raman spectra of environmental pollutants including polychlorinated biphenyls, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, volatile organic compounds, phthalates and phenols.

Essential Oils Database


435 Raman spectra of pure essential oils and pure components of essential oils. The database also includes additives used for dilution, stabilization and further refinement.

Petrochemcials Database


940 Raman spectra of a large range of aliphatic, aromatic and naphthenic organic chemicals and their important derivatives. Further spectra of crude oils from different reservoirs and of typical mixtures of the crude oil refining process are included.

Microplastics & Related Compounds Database


1.475 Raman spectra of well-defined synthetic polymers and polymers commonly found in commercial and industrial products worldwide. This includes non-biodegradable plastics, packaging materials, synthetic polymer-based materials and other substances relevant for the microplastics analysis.

Common Contaminants Database



325 Raman spectra of common contaminants such as inorganic and organic substances, polymers and other substances that are often detected as contaminants.



The spectra of the following spectra databases are NOT included in L60001:

Minerals Database


460 Raman spectra of minerals. (Spectra are not included in L60001)

Gemstones Database


The database contains 365 Raman spectra and 144 Photoluminescence spectra of verified gemstones mounted in antique and modern jewelry as well as of verified unmounted gemstones. The collection also includes spectra of treated gemstones, synthetics and simulates. (Spectra are not included in L60001)

New Psychoactive Substances & Illicit Drugs Database


Exclusive Spectra Database with 175 Raman spectra of new psychoactive substances, designer drugs legal highs, research chemicals, doping and other illicit substances. (Spectra are not included in L60001 or L60000)