Spectroscopy-11-01-2013

Spectroscopy

A summary of the efforts to study microorganism biofilms using surface-enhanced Raman scattering, a powerful technique for in situ analysis of biological molecules and biomolecular organizations

Spectroscopy

A review of the basics of ion mobility spectrometry and field-asymmetric ion mobility spectrometry (FAIMS), plus how to couple FAIMS to mass spectrometry

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Although mass spectrometers are more commonly associated with life science applications, there are some mass spectrometry (MS) techniques that are specifically designed for surface science applications.

A risk assessment helps determine the amount of qualification and validation work necessary to show that instruments and computerized laboratory systems are fit for their intended purpose. Here's how to do it.

Articles
Spectroscopy

November 01, 2013

In a recent interview, Rohit Bhargava, winner of the 2013 Craver Award from the Coblentz Society, discusses current trends in IR spectroscopic imaging, including application-specific instrumentation, improvements in data interpretation, and identifying relationships between structure and spectra.

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Evaluation guidelines and important factors for laboratory scientists to consider when choosing an inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry instrument

Issue PDF
Spectroscopy

November 01, 2013

Click the title above to open the Spectroscopy November 2013 regular issue, Vol 28 No 11, in an interactive PDF format.