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April 01, 2009
Microvolume spectroscopy is a very new segment of the molecular spectroscopy market, but it already accounts for about 10% of the combined UV-vis and fluorescence spectroscopy markets.
In the previous installment of this column, David Ball introduced the concept of base units and discussed several of them. Here, he completes the discussion of the units themselves and presents some associated issues.
The authors demonstrate the capacity to separate petroleum-derived molecules having the same nominal mass in the mobility dimension using IM-MS spectrometry.
A look at the newest spectroscopy-related products.
In this column, Guest Columnist Philip Taday explores the use of terahertz spectroscopy for tablet coating analysis.
In this column, Bob McDowall discusses the impact of USP general chapter 1058 on the spectroscopy laboratory.
Click the title above to open the Spectroscopy April 2009 regular issue, Vol 24 No 4, in an interactive PDF format.