Spectroscopy-02-01-2005

The author discusses an instrument called SEARCH (Scan for Extinct Astrobiological Residues and Current Habitats) designed for use on NASA Mars rover missions.

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Spectroscopy

February 01, 2005

The authors present an MS technique that reliably detects several types of fungal mycotoxins, and compare electrospray ionization and atmospheric chemical ionization techniques.

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Spectroscopy

February 01, 2005

The authors describe implementation and performance of a miniaturized NIR analyzer and associated chemometric techniques applied to the monitoring of a drying process for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).

World's largest event for the analytical sciences emphasizes bioanalysis while staying true to its roots in traditional chemical science.

This article introduces the application of high-resolution ultrasonic spectroscopy for the analysis of emulsions and suspensions.

Maligned by early design issues, the polarization interferometer has not been a significant tool in many analysts' arsenals. New technical improvements could change that.

Part II of this four-part series on mass calibration looks at the chemical compounds used as mass calibrants in mass spectrometry.

This article provides an overview of several recently developed technologies that will improve the utility and performance of mass spectrometers in a number of applications.

The authors describe an ICP detection technology that combines photo-current conversion and a solid-state multichannel detector.