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February 01, 2020
Click the title above to open the Spectroscopy February regular issue, Volume 35, Issue 2, in an interactive PDF format.
Raman microscopy, combined with X-ray fluorescence, can provide detailed information about extractables and leachables from medically implantable devices.
A previous analysis of data is compared to the results achieved using classical least squares and principal component analysis. What did we learn?
Xiaoyun (Shawn) Chen of Dow Chemical solves a range of analytical problems in R&D and production processes using in situ spectroscopy and chemometrics.
Ping-Heng Tan of the Chinese Academy of Sciences is advancing the use of Raman spectroscopy to characterize graphene-based materials.
Nancy Pleshko of Temple University is studying the use of FT-IR imaging and NIR spectroscopy to solve bioengineering problems related to human replacement tissue.
LIBS-based imaging has a broad range of applications. Here, we demonstrate those capabilities with examples from paleoclimate research and toxicology studies.
A novel method was developed for detecting Hg2+ in tobacco, with potential application to mercury detection in environmental water samples.
Contrary to popular belief, neither good “spike” recoveries nor the use of the method of standard additions (MSA) will guarantee accurate results in ICP-OES.
The total market for NIR was measured at about $470 million in 2019 and is expected to reach over $570 million by 2024.