The main task of this chapter is to comprehensively analyze the spectroscopic properties of nano-bioparticles and estimate oscillation/vibrational modes and the possible resonance wavelength range for the determination of the unique spectra of viruses.

The work consists of computer simulation study of nano-bioparticles’ physical properties and method of estimation of electromagnetic (EM) spectrum and resonance wavelength ranges. The solution of well-established classical electrodynamics boundary problem is applied to nano-bioparticle’s characterization. Possibility of appreciation to EM spectrum and EM field distribution is demonstrated for virion of Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV), which is modeled as the particle of cylindrical shape and definite geometrical, electrical, and magnetic characteristics. A set of resonance wavelength is observed in ultraviolet (NUV-EUV) range of TMV particle’s spectrum.