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A major challenge in geobiological studies is the localization of organic compounds in a mineral matrix. Raman spectroscopy is here potentially powerful as it can be employed directly on rock surfaces and is capable of the characterization of organic and inorganic compounds in one analyzing step. In this study we tested Raman spectroscopy to approach the organic matter information locked in the complex mineral phase association of methane-related carbonate chemoherms of different age (Hydratedoi:10.3249/webdoc-3922 fatcat:ym73opfdubewbkibbll4f53bme