Spectroscopy-06-01-2006

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June 01, 2006

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June 01, 2006

The world of mass spectrometry has been evolving at an astounding rate as developers push what is an inherently powerful analytical technique to even higher levels of capability. Numerous configurations of tandem mass analyzers have been commercialized, with one of the most recent being ion-trap time-of-flight.

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A new imaging technique based on MRI scans lets researchers study brain structure changes in early stages of the disease.

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The Baseline

June 01, 2006

The issue of whether light is a particle or a wave was an important historical debate. The actual answer is still unnerving to some people. Here, we will explore the history of this question and present the modern interpretation of the nature of light.

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In this month's installment of "Chemometrics in Spectroscopy," the authors again explore that vital link between statistics and chemometrics, this time with an emphasis on the statistics side.

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Spectroscopy editor Prachi Patel-Predd provides a wrap-up of the 54th ASMS Conference, held thi syear at the Washington State Convention and Trade Center in Seattle, Washington. Included are details of events, short courses, and all that was new and exciting at the show.

Here the authors describe a new method for the identification of key volatile organic compound markers using mass spectrometry combined with gas chromatography.

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