Spectroscopy-01-01-2015

Spectroscopy

IR Spectral Interpretation Workshop

January 01, 2015

IR Spectral Interpretation Workshop

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There is a continuing need for Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) users to receive training in how to interpret the infrared spectra they measure. This new column will provide practical advice about how to do this. This first installment will present why this type of column is important, discuss some basic IR theory, and lay out a blueprint for future installments.

Next-Generation Infrared Spectroscopic Imaging

January 01, 2015

Spectroscopy Spotlight

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Infrared spectroscopic imaging has been advancing significantly in recent years. Key to that advance is improving the understanding of the underlying mechanisms that influence the ability to achieve greater resolution and speed. Rohit Bhargava

Quantifying Proteins by Mass Spectrometry

January 01, 2015

Featured Article

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The quantification of proteins in a complex biological sample is an important and challenging task. Mass spectrometry (MS) is increasingly used for this purpose, not only to give a global survey of the components and their amounts, but also to precisely and accurately quantify specific target proteins.

Down to Earth: Measurements of Geological, Coal, and Soil Samples with LIBS

January 01, 2015

Lasers and Optics Interface

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This article explores the use of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) for measurements of elemental concentrations and bulk properties of heterogeneous, earthen-based samples. Rapid field and industrial measurements of these matrices are difficult using traditional methods.

A Matter of Interpretation

January 01, 2015

From the Editor

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Vol 30 No 1 Spectroscopy January 2015 Regular Issue PDF

January 01, 2015

Issue PDF

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Click the title above to open the Spectroscopy January 2015 regular issue, Vol 30 No 1, in an interactive PDF format.