Spectroscopy-03-01-2018

Spectroscopy

Detecting Pathogenic Mycoplasmas with Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy

March 01, 2018

Raman Spectroscopy

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Duncan C. Krause, of the Department of Microbiology at the University of Georgia, discusses his group’s work to establish a SERS method with silver nanorod-array substrates for detecting the pathenogenic mycoplasma that causes bronchitis and pneumonia.

Advancing Forensic Analyses with Raman Spectroscopy

March 01, 2018

Raman Spectroscopy

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Igor K. Lednev, of the Department of Chemistry at the University at Albany, the StateUniversity of New York, has been developing the use of Raman spectroscopy for a varietyof forensic applications, including determining the age of blood stains and linking gunshot residues to specific ammunition–firearm combinations.

The C=O Bond, Part IV: Acid Anhydrides

March 01, 2018

IR Spectral Interpretation Workshop

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Acid anhydrides are unique in that they have two carbonyl groups in them. The intensity and position of their IR peaks can be used to determine which of the four types of anhydride exist in a sample.

Current Trends in Analytical Spectroscopy: Technique and Instrument Modifications for both New and Improved Measurements

March 01, 2018

Feature

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This article discusses advances in techniques and modifications to technologies that are improving measurements and enabling well-established techniques to break into new and exciting fields of research.We survey developments in infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy, inductively coupled plasma–optical emission spectroscopy, and laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy

Vol 33 No 3 Spectroscopy March 2018 Regular Issue PDF

March 01, 2018

Issue PDF

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Click the title above to open the Spectroscopy March 2018 regular issue, Vol 33 No 3, in an interactive PDF format.