Spectroscopy-12-01-2018

Spectroscopy December 2018
Spectroscopy

December 01, 2018

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Spectroscopy

Mass spectrometry, molecular and atomic spectroscopy technologies combine to represent more than a fifth of the overall market for laboratory analytical instrumentation. These techniques are perhaps the most broadly used instruments, with utility in pharmaceuticals and other life sciences, chemicals, environmental, food, clinical/Dx and other applications.

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Focus on Quality

December 01, 2018

Regulatory definitions can be confusing at all levels. In this article clear definitions of raw data are clarified and compared. A discussion of static and dynamic data is given along with a detailed summary of the impact of these terms on raw data.

Spectroscopy
Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench

December 01, 2018

Resonance Raman spectroscopy demonstrates up to 106 signal enhancement. In this overview a detailed description of how resonance Raman spectroscopy differs from normal Raman spectroscopy is given with some specific examples explained.

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Spectroscopy Spotlight

December 01, 2018

Raman spectroscopy is promising some dramatic breakthroughs in biomedical applications. Juergen Popp and his team are determined to realize that promise, by working to make the technique a powerful tool for cell biology and clinical studies.

The 2018 Award winner discusses her career challenges and her research on the use of specially engineered proteins, combined with 2D IR spectroscopy, for investigating protein function dynamics.

On-scene analysis of cocaine is an essential tool for law enforcement. This study defines how portable infrared and Raman spectrometers are capable of providing accurate and reliable identification of cocaine and other drugs when and where needed most.