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The Top 13 Articles from Spectroscopy in 2013

January 21, 2014

Everyone loves a list, and the editors of Spectroscopy are no exception! In 2013, Spectroscopy covered a wide array of topics throughout the year to bring you the most relevant information for your work, on topics ranging from selecting the right ICP-MS system to deciding which Raman technique is right for you, from our annual salary survey to calibration transfer. Here is a list of 13 popular articles and columns from 2013

Exploring Advances in Passive FT-IR Remote Sensing

October 15, 2013

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Using Passive FT-IR Remote Sensing Measurements

October 15, 2013

Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy has been used to identify unknown materials, determine the quality or consistency of a sample, and determine the amount of components in a mixture. Gary Small, of the Department of Chemistry and Optical Science and Technology Center at the University of Iowa, spoke to Spectroscopy about his work using passive FT-IR remote sensing measurements.

A Rapid FT-IR-based Method for Monitoring Detergent Removal from Biological Samples

October 1, 2013

A novel infrared-based method that permits fast and impartial analysis of detergent removal from biological samples is presented.

Spatial Resolution in IR Reflectance Imaging — NIR, Mid-IR, and ATR

August 1, 2013

In these types of IR imaging, various factors contribute to the observed resolution. These factors are illustrated with images of materials with known structures.

Combining Spectroscopic and Chromatographic Techniques

August 1, 2013

An interview with Charles Wilkins, the winner of the 2013 American Chemical Society Division of Analytical Chemistry Award in Chemical Instrumentation, sponsored by the Dow Chemical Company.

FT-IR Spectroscopy in Ultrahigh-Vacuum Conditions: A Surface Science Approach to Understanding Reactions on Catalytic Oxide Powders

August 1, 2013

Combined experimental and computational investigation methods are used to estimate the defect density on a rutile surface, indicating its catalytic activity.

Analysis of Angstrom-Level Lubricant Thicknesses on Hard Disk Surfaces with FT-IR Spectroscopy

August 1, 2013

A method is presented that demonstrates the ability to measure 11-Ã… layers, with potential for sub-1-Ã… determinations.

Infrared Dynamic Imaging for the Examination of Chemical Reactions

August 1, 2013

The use of imaging to study the reaction process involved in the curing of a cyanoacrylate adhesive is investigated.

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