Spectroscopy-03-01-2009

Spectroscopy
Departments

March 01, 2009

Lifetime fluorescence is a subset of fluorescence spectroscopy in which the time between excitation and relaxation is measured, rather than just the intensity of the emitted energy. The technique is used primarily in biological applications, but has a number of other uses as well. Lifetime fluorescence is a well-established niche market.

Spectroscopy
Departments

March 01, 2009

Products

Spectroscopy

The spectroscopy market and its major segments: atomic spectroscopy, molecular spectroscopy, and mass spectrometry, are forecasted and analyzed for the coming year.

Spectroscopy

Columnist Ken Busch presents an overview of the development of mass spectrometry in the United States, covering a period of about 50 years.

Spectroscopy
Columns: Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench

March 01, 2009

In this column, Fran Adar discusses what progress is being made in the application of Raman spectroscopy to studies of disease states and why it is worth the effort to pursue.

Spectroscopy
Columns: Atomic Perspectives

March 01, 2009

The authors discuss speciation analysis methods that enable scientists to identify and measure the quantities of one or more individual chemical species in a sample.

Spectroscopy

LCGC assistant editor Megan Evans discusses this year's salaries and trends in employment for spectroscopists.

Issue PDF
Spectroscopy

March 01, 2009

Click the title above to open the Spectroscopy March 2009 regular issue, Vol 24 No 3, in an interactive PDF format.