Spectroscopy-06-01-2010

Spectroscopy
Departments

June 01, 2010

Products

Spectroscopy
Chemometrics in Spectroscopy

June 01, 2010

The authors continue their discussion of the classical least squares approach to calibration.

Spectroscopy
Market Profile

June 01, 2010

Raman spectroscopy has rapidly become an established analytical technique in the lab, in the field, and online. Its inherent advantages make it very well suited for industrial applications, which has led to the rise of significant demand from a broad range of industries. Strong potential growth for process Raman remains, even after the impact of the recent recession.

Articles
Spectroscopy

June 01, 2010

Industry veteran Howard Mark and Spectroscopy Technical Editor Steve Brown present a timeline of both spectroscopy and Spectroscopy

The authors examine the influence of repeating errors on the results of human blood glucose measurements using NIR.

Spectroscopy

Editor-in-Chief David Walsh discusses Spectroscopy's transition into the Digital Age.

Spectroscopy
The Baseline

June 01, 2010

David Ball celebrates the 150th birthday of spectroscopy.

Former Editor-in-Chief Michael MacRae reviews the early history of Spectroscopy in the context of the times and according to the author's personal perspective.

Spectroscopy
From the Editor

June 01, 2010

They certainly were correct when they said, "Timing is everything" (whoever "they" are). As fate would have it, this is actually the second 25th anniversary issue that I have introduced, as I was lucky enough to be in my current position when LCGC North America celebrated its 25th anniversary way back in 2007.

Issue PDF
Spectroscopy

June 01, 2010

Click the title above to open the Spectroscopy June 2010 regular issue, Vol 25 No 6, in an interactive PDF format.