This article reviews the principles and major applications of step-scan Fourier transformyy}infrared spectroscopy, an important means for solving challenging problems in many areas of science and technology.

This installment of the series discusses the most recent mass separation device to be commercialized, time-of-flight technology.

This article describes how ultratrace aluminum analysis of two nutritional intravenous solution components with limited water solubility can be performed by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectroscopy (GFAAS) with dissolution in 1-propanol.

This column continues the series dealing with the rigorous derivation of the expressions relating the effect of instrument (and other) noise to their effects to the spectra observed.