Spectroscopy-11-01-2004

As part of dyslexia study, Wake Forest University researchers develop a software program that integrates data from different imaging modalities.

Mass spectrometrists have been measuring masses in the ultrasmall world for the past 50 years. However, a sense of our own accomplishments does not derive from the same perspective linking ultrasmall masses to the normal-mass world.

Part II of the two-part series continues the discussion on the interpretation of confocal Raman data, including how depth resolution is degraded when focusing deep within a sample and how intensity variations can occur when focusing near a sample's surface.

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Spectroscopy

November 01, 2004

A relatively new technique with a growing number of applications, dichroism spectroscopy is based upon the fact that a sample interacts with the same wavelength of light having different circular polarization in different ways.

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Spectroscopy

November 01, 2004

The authors discuss current approaches for increasing throughput in MS analyses, including improved software information flow, data management and effective sample preparation, and how researchers should consider each of these with regard to their own needs.