In this study, we aimed to investigate imine emulsification using Raman spectroscopy with chemometrics. The imine emulsification samples were obtained by mixing aldehydes and amines in methanol and aqueous methanol. The Raman spectra of the samples were measured over time between 400 and 2300 cm–1 every 40 s using a Raman spectrometer. The obtained spectra were regarded as a dataset matrix. A multivariate curve resolution with alternating least squares was applied to the dataset. A multivariate analysis based on the Raman spectrum revealed that raw materials, emulsions, and products were decomposed when the water-rich samples were emulsified. Additionally, we evaluated the kinetics of the synthesis. The effect of water content on emulsification was investigated using Raman spectroscopy. The molecular dynamics of the co-solvent model were also investigated. The phase-layer construction was consistent with the phase transition in the water-methanol imine samples.