Public Science Day 2023: The Raman Impact, which CV Raman won the Nobel for
In 1986, the Public authority of India assigned February 28 as Public Science Day, to remember the declaration of the disclosure of the "Raman impact".
Here is more about CV Raman and his momentous disclosure.
In 1986, the Public authority of India, under then Top state leader Rajiv Gandhi, assigned February 28 as Public Science
Day to honor the declaration of the disclosure of the "Raman Impact".
The current year's release is being praised under the topic of "Worldwide Science for Worldwide Prosperity", considering India's G20 administration.
The Raman Impact was the revelation which won physicist Sir CV Raman his Nobel Prize in 1930.
Leading a beguilingly straightforward investigation, Raman found that when a surge of light goes through a fluid,
small part of the light dispersed by the fluid is of an alternate tone.
This revelation was quickly perceived as momentous in mainstream researchers,