Spectroscopy-09-01-2019

Spectroscopy September, 2019
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September 01, 2019

Click the title above to open the Spectroscopy September regular issue, Volume 34, Issue 9, in an interactive PDF format.

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Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench

September 01, 2019

When stress is applied to an object, it can produce strain. Strain can be detected through changes in peak position and bandwidth in Raman spectra. Here, we show examples of how strain in technologically impor tant materials appears in the Raman spectra.

Analysis of FDA Form 483 observations and warning letters for infrared spectrometers reveals a range of data integrity problems and a lack of laboratory procedures for the technique. Is your laboratory in the same situation?

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IR Spectral Interpretation Workshop

September 01, 2019

The amine salt functional group contains ionic bonding, and is extremely polar, giving rise to a number of intense and uniquely placed peaks that are easy to identify for primary, secondary, and ter tiary amines.

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By combining Raman spectra interpretation with rheometric measurements, molecular conversion from crystalline to amorphous structures for polymers is revealed.

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Application Notes: Atomic

September 01, 2019

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Spectroscopy
Application Notes: Atomic

September 01, 2019

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Application Notes: Molecular

September 01, 2019

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Application Notes: Molecular

September 01, 2019

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Application Notes: Molecular

September 01, 2019