Spectroscopy-12-01-2010

The spectroscopy market is expected to rebound from 2009 and surge toward market-high revenues, with technical developments and product innovation driving the growth.

Articles
Spectroscopy

December 01, 2010

2010 Editorial Index

Traditionally the analysis of volatile liquids by FTIR spectroscopy has always entailed a sealed fixed pathlength cell.

Overcoming fluorescence background noise in cancerous biological tissue samples achieved by using Dispersive 1064nm Raman excitation instruments.

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The Baseline

December 01, 2010

Not all spectroscopy uses light . . .

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From the Editor

December 01, 2010

New Editorial Director, Laura Bush, introduces herself to the Spectroscopy community.

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Focus on Quality

December 01, 2010

Where is the dividing line between a simple mistake and falsification?

Low concentration natural methanol exists in most alcoholic beverages and usually causes no immediate health threat.

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Application Notes

December 01, 2010

New detector and optical bench options make it possible to configure near-infrared spectrometer setups for high-resolution applications such as laser and optical fiber characterization.

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Market Profile

December 01, 2010

Demand for portable and handheld near infrared (NIR) instruments has exploded over the past several years, mirroring trends in other handheld spectroscopy techniques.

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Corporate Profiles

December 01, 2010

Corporate profiles from the 2011 Corporate Capabilities issue.

Issue PDF
Spectroscopy

December 01, 2010

Click the title above to open the Spectroscopy December 2010 regular issue, Vol 25 No 12, in an interactive PDF format.