"Raman effect" that changed the definition of science.

Every year in India, today i.e. 28 February has been celebrated as National Science Day. But many people do not know the reason for celebrating this day on this day. Actually, this day belongs to a scientist from India who, through his research, has brought the name of the country to the whole world.

Every year in India, today i.e. 28 February has been celebrated as National Science Day. But many people do not know the reason for celebrating this day on this day. Actually, this day belongs to a scientist from India who, through his research, has brought the name of the country to the whole world. The name of this scientist was Dr. CV Raman (Chandrasekhar Venkata Raman). On 28 February 1928, he carried out the research which today the world knows as Raman Effect.
As a result of this research, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in the field of physics in 1930. He was also the first Asian to receive this honor. He was awarded the Franklin Medal by the US in 1941. Apart from this, the Government of India also awarded Bharat Ratna, the highest civilian honor of the country in the year 1954. In 1957, he was awarded the prestigious Lenin Peace Prize.
When India's first space mission Chandrayaan announced water on the moon, Raman spectroscopy was also amazing behind it. Apart from this, the Raman effect is also being used in forensic science. Through this research of his, it became easy to know what happened when. Due to this, bacteria, chemical pollution and explosive things are easily detected.