Aaron Acevedo is an assistant editor for LCGC and Spectroscopy at MJH Life Sciences.
Ishan Barman Wins 2023 Clara Craver Award at SciX
Ishan Barman, the 2023 recipient of the Coblentz Society Clara Craver Award, held a plenary session during SciX that focuses on transformative biophotonics in disease detection and monitoring.
Tobacco Stem Impurities Identified with New Hyperspectral Superpixel Technique
To effectively classify tobacco stems and impurities, a group of scientists from Jiangsu, China used hyperspectral superpixels to separate classify compounds and avoid the influence of interference fringes.
Researchers Study the Relationship Between Aliphatic Ketones and Water Molecules
A group of scientists from the University of Wrocław and the University of Innsbruck studied the relationships between aliphatic ketones and water molecules in various environments.
Opium and Hashish Tested Using Laser-Induced Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Scientists from the Amirkabir University of Technology in Tehran, Iran, used laser-induced fluorescence (LIF) spectroscopy to analyze opium and hashish, in order to achieve a novel method of drug analysis.
Lipid Droplets and Endoplasmic Reticulum Analyzed Using Fluorescence Probe
Scientists from the University of Jinan developed a new fluorescent probe to better understand the relationship between certain lipids.
Portable Infrared Attenuated Total Reflection Spectrometer Tested for Food Analysis
A team of scientists created a portable infrared attenuated total reflection (IR-ATR) spectrometer and tested its food analysis capabilities against similar systems.
Using Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy to Analyze COVID-19 Virus
In a recent study, scientists used a combination of SERS, butanol, and gold nanoparticles to analyze the virus.
Using Raman to Analyze Ancient Murals in Pompeii
Scientists used spectroscopic techniques to learn more about paintings in the blue room of Ariadne’s house.
Scientists use FT-IR, XRD and GC to Analyze Pewsey Hoard Vessels
A team of scientists recently analyzed a collection of late Roman vessels discovered in the United Kingdom.
Using LIBS to Analyze Food
Scientists used laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) to analyze the safety of food.
Analytical Glow Discharges in Argon Lead
Glow discharge (GD) spectroscopy is a well-established method in the elemental analysis of metals, coatings, and surface-modified materials.
Tandem LA-ICP-MS/LIBS to Classify Epoxy Molds for Electronics
A recent study tests new systems meant to better analyze components in the semiconductor industry and pave the way for better electronic devices.
Portable LIBS Paves the Way for More Effective Gunshot Residue Testing
Scientists at West Virginia University have created a new LIBS system meant to better identify the components of gunshot residue at crime scenes and in evidence.
Craig Prater to Receive Coblentz Society’s 2023 Williams-Wright Award
Craig Prater was named the 2023 recipient of the Williams-Wright Award, which is given out annually by the Coblentz Society. He was recognized at Pittcon 2023, which took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Robert Tycko to Receive Pittsburgh Spectroscopy Award at Pittcon 2023
Robert Tycko received the 2023 Pittsburgh Spectroscopy Award for his contributions in the field of spectroscopy. He was recognized at Pittcon 2023, which took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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