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Editor: R.D. McDowall, McDowall Consulting
Unique commentary on a range of topics dealing with obtaining, handling, and reporting quality laboratory data. A must-read for spectroscopists in pharmaceutical, environmental, or other regulated laboratories.
Market Profile Column
A monthly feature that analyzes the current trends and techniques in the separations market.
Mass Spectrometry Forum Column
Editor: Kenneth L. Busch, National Science Foundation The basics of MS theory and instrumentation explained for readers at all skill levels.
Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench Column
Editor: Emil W. Ciurczak, Integrated Technical Solutions Surveying the state-of-the-art optical molecular spectroscopy, UV/vis, IR, Raman, NMR, Flourescence, an beyond.
Spectroscopy Web Seminar Update
Updates on interactive web seminars presented by Spectroscopy.
Technology Forum Column
Monthly interview with industry experts who answer the questions on the spectroscopy industry.
The Baseline Column
Editor: David W. Ball, Cleveland State University A popular series of back-to-basics articles on key spectroscopic principles and instrumentation.