2009 Editorial Index

December 1, 2009

Spectroscopy presents its annual index of authors and articles as a resource for readers and researchers.

AUTHORS

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Adar, Fran. "FT-IR and Raman: A Synergism, Not Competing Technologies," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. October, p. 16.

Adar, Fran. "Raman Spectroscopy for Biomedical Applications," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. March, p. 26.

Adar, Fran. "Raman Spectroscopy of Carbon — More Information Than You Would Think," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. February, p. 28.

Adar, Fran; Lee, Eunah; and Whitley, Andrew. Transmission Raman Offers Improved Quantitation of Pharmaceutical Solids. Raman Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, June, p. 26.

Akao, Ken-ichi. See Larsen, Richard A.

Almeida, Manuel. See Mahar, Maura.

Asa, Darwin. High Performance Mass Spectrometry for Small Molecule and Protein Applications. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, May, p. 30.

Athanas, Michael. See Sarracino, David.

B

Ball, David W. "Auger Spectroscopy," in The Baseline. June, p. 14.

Ball, David W. "Color," in The Baseline. September, p. 16.

Ball, David W. "Group Theory and Symmetry, Part I: Symmetry Elements," in The Baseline. December, p. 63.

Ball, David W. "The Seven Base Units, Part I," in The Baseline. January, p. 22.

Ball, David W. "The Seven Base Units, Part II," in The Baseline. April, p. 14.

Becker, Christopher; Fernandez-Lima, Francisco A.; and Russell, David H. Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry: A Tool for Characterizing the Petroleome. April, p. 38.

Bluck, Les, and Volmer, Dietrich A. The Role of Naturally Occurring Stable Isotopes in Mass Spectrometry, Part II: The Instrumentation. February, p. 50.

Bluck, Les, and Volmer, Dietrich A. The Role of Naturally Occurring Stable Isotopes in Mass Spectrometry, Part III: Small Gas Molecule Calculations. September, p. 34.

Bol´shakov, Alexander; Yoo, Jong H.; Liu, Chunyi; and Russo, Richard. Discrimination of Complex Substances with Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy. October, p. 36.

Botonjic-Sehic, Edita; Brown, Chris W.; Lamontagne, Marc; and Tsaparikos, Mary. Forensic Application of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Aging of Bloodstains. February, p. 42.

Bowerbank, Christopher R. See Later, Douglas W.

Boyle, Ross. See Lowry, Steve.

Bradley, Mike. See Lowry, Steve.

Briggs, Jenni. See Feustel, Manfred.

Brown, Chris W. See Botonjic-Sehic, Edita.

Brown, Peter. See Mahar, Maura.

Burrell, Michael C. See Lesaicherre, Marie.

Busch, Kenneth L. "Development of Mass Spectrometry in the United States: The First 50 Years," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. March, p. 18.

Busch, Kenneth L. "Higher Resolution Mass Analysis in Inductively Coupled Plasma–Mass Spectrometry," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. January, p. 30.

Busch, Kenneth L. "Ion Lenses," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. September, p. 20.

Busch, Kenneth L. A Mass Spectrometry Glossary. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, October, p. 10.

Busch, Kenneth L. "Pressure and Vacuum: Not Really Trivial," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. November, p. 16.

Busch, Kenneth L. "Sampling in Mass Spectrometry," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. July, p. 14.

C

Cai, Changqun; Chen, Xiaoming; and Gong, Hang. Interaction of Indigo Carmine with Nucleic Acids in the Presence of Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide: Spectral Studies and the Confirmation of Combined Points. November, p. 34.

Castro-Perez, Jose. See Yu, Kate.

Chakraborty, Asish; Xie, Hongwei; Skilton, St John; Gebler, John C.; and Chen, Weibin. Improving the Analytical Workflow for Protein Biopharmaceutical Characterization with a Novel LC–MS System Solution. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, July, p. 26.

Chamberland, Martin; Farley, Vincent; Lagueux, Philippe; and Villemaire, André. Chemical Warfare Agent Spectral Imaging for Real-Time Identification and Localization. Homeland Security, April, p. 20.

Champion, Matthew. See Scott, Greg.

Chen, Shizhong. See Yin, Liangliang.

Chen, Weibin. See Chakraborty, Asish B.

Chen, Xiaoming. See Cai, Changqun.

Chen, Yougen. See Yu, Kate.

Cheng, Cungui; Xiong, Wei; Tian, Yumei; and Zhang, Changjiang. A Novel Recognition of Three Kinds of Sibling Plants Using FT-IR with Continuous Wavelet Feature Extraction Combined with an Artificial Neural Network. February, p. 58.

Churley, Melissa. See Latiff, Aishah.

Curtis, Matthew. See Sparkman, O. David.

D

Dalrymple, Dave. See Lowry, Steve.

Davies, Gavin. See Murphy, Terry.

De Lucia Jr., Frank C.; Gottfried, Jennifer L.; Munson, Chase A.; and Miziolek, Andrzej. Current Status of Standoff LIBS Security Applications at the United States Army Research Laboratory. June, p. 32.

Dolic, Vesna. See Dulude, Jerry.

Dong, Jing. See Yin, Liangliang.

Downs, Robert T. See Lowry, Steve.

Duchoslav, Eva. See Simons, Brigitte.

Dulude, Jerry, and Dolic, Vesna. Optimizing Productivity for Environmental Applications of ICP. Application of ICP & ICP-MS Techniques for Today's Spectroscopist, November, p. 16.

E

Evans, Megan. 57th ASMS Conference Review. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, July, p. 10.

Evans, Megan. Salary Survey: Salaries and Stress on the Rise. March, p. 32.

F

Fadgen, Keith. See Stapels, Martha.

Farley, Vincent. See Chamberland, Martin.

Fernandez-Lima, Francisco A. See Becker, Christopher.

Feustel, Manfred, and Briggs, Jenni. Rapid Analysis of Inks on Paper by Viewing FT-IR–ATR Spectroscopy. FT-IR Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, August, p. 16.

Fischer, H. See Schmidt, U.

Fu, Xintong. See Yu, Kate.

G

Gabriele, Peter D. See Reffner, John A.

Garner, Mark M. See Ghobarah, Hesham.

Gayraud, Nicolas; Kornaszewski, Lukasz; Stone, James M.; Knight, Jonathan C.; Reid, Derryck T.; MacPherson, William N.; and Hand, Duncan P. Mid-Infrared Gas Sensing Using a Photonic Bandgap Fiber as a Gas Cell. January, p. 46.

Gebler, John C. See Chakraborty, Asish B.

Gelsinger-Austin, Paul. "Advantages of High OD Filters to Microscopy," in Laser and Optics Interface. July, p. 24.

Ghobarah, Hesham; Jones, Elliott B.; and Garner, Mark M. Metabolite Profiling Applications in Early Drug Discovery. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, October, p. 44.

Ghosh, Dipankar. See Kellman, Markus.

Gong, Hang. See Cai, Changqun.

Gottfried, Jennifer L. See De Lucia Jr., Frank C.

Guo, Hongzhu. See Yu, Kate.

H

Hahn, David W. Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for Analysis of Aerosol Particles: The Path Toward Quantitative Analysis. September, p. 26.

Hail, M. See Scott, G.

Hamester, Meike; McSheehy, Shona; and Rodushkin, Ilia. Magnet or Cell? A Comparison of High-Resolution Sector Field ICP-MS and Collision–Reaction Cell Quadrupole ICP-MS. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, October, p. 26.

Hand, Duncan P. See Gayraud, Nicolas.

Hanold, Karl A. See Syage, Jack A.

Heim, John, and Pugh, Scott. Nonderivatized Drug-Screen Analysis in Urine with Automated Solid Phase Microextraction and Comprehensive Two-Dimensional GC–TOF-MS. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, March, p. 26.

Hobbs, Steve. See Neyer, David.

Hodkiewicz, Joe and Wall, Mark. Raman Spectroscopy as a Rapid Characterization Tool for Heterogeneous Solids. Raman Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, June, p. 18.

Hollricher, O. See Schmidt, U.

Huhmer, Andreas. Successfully Identifying Proteins and Their Modifications Using Electron Transfer Dissociation Linear Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, March, p. 22.

I

Ibach, W. See Schmidt, U.

Impey, Gary. See Simons, Brigitte.

J

Jasinevicius, Renata. See Lowry, Steve.

Jones, Elliott B. See Ghobarah, Hesham.

Jones, Patrick R. See Sparkman, O. David.

K

Kansal, Monika. See Sanchez, A. Carl.

Kellman, Markus; Wieghaus, Andreas; Muenster, Helmut; Taylor, Lester; and Ghosh, Dipankar. Using High-Resolution LC–MS to Analyze Complex Sample. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, May, p. 38.

Knight, Jonathan C. See Gayraud, Nicolas.

Kornaszewski, Lukasz. See Gayraud, Nicolas.

Koshoubu, Jun. See Larsen, Richard A.

Krastins, Bryan. See Sarracino, David.

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Lagueux, Philippe. See Chamberland, Martin.

Lamontagne, Marc. See Botonjic-Sehic, Edita.

Larsen, Richard A.; Akao, Ken-ichi; Sugiyama, Hiroshi; and Koshoubu, Jun. Advanced Infrared Imaging for Sample Analysis. FT-IR Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, August, p. 42.

Later, Douglas W.; Wirth, Tiffany C.; Bowerbank, Christopher R.; Lee, Edgar D.; and Sadowski, Charles S. Rapid Field Detection of Chemical Warfare Agents and Toxic Industrial Chemicals Using a Hand-Portable GC–TMS System. Homeland Security, April, p. 6.

Latiff, Aishah, and Churley, Melissa. The Role of Triple Quadrupole GC–MS in Steroid Analysis. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, May, p. 33.

Leary, Pauline E. See Reffner, John A.

Lee, Edgar D. See Later, Douglas W.

Lee, Eunah. See Adar, Fran.

Leroy, Emmanuel. See Whitley, Andrew.

Lesaicherre, Marie; Paxon, Tracy L.; Burrell, Michael C.; Sunderland, William Scott; Linsebigler, Amy; and Mondello, Frank J. Dual-Use Raman Spectroscopy for Chemical and Biological Agent Identification. Raman Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, June, p. 6.

Lin, Dayin. See Miller, Christine.

Linsebigler, Amy. See Lesaicherre, Marie.

Liu, Chunyi. See Bol´shakov, Alexander.

Lopez, Mary F. See Sarracino, David.

Lowry, Steve; Boyle, Ross; and Bradley, Mike. Analysis of Solar Silicon Using High-Throughput Spectroscopy. FT-IR Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, August, p. 28.

Lowry, Steve; Wieboldt, Dick; Dalrymple, Dave; Jasinevicius, Renata; and Downs, Robert T. The Use of a Raman Spectral Database of Minerals for the Rapid Verification of Semiprecious Gemstones. May, p. 52.

M

Macho, Jorge. Low-Resolution Raman Spectroscopy, the Photonic Engine Behind Materials Identification's Promising Future. Raman Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, June, p. 46.

MacPherson, William N. See Gayraud, Nicolas.

Magarini, Riccardo. ICP-MS Determination of Micro and Macro Elements in Waters. Application of ICP & ICP-MS Techniques for Today's Spectroscopist, November, p. 45.

Mahar, Maura; Almeida, Manuel; and Brown, Peter. Determination of Toxic Elements Leached from Toys and Household Structures by Inductively Coupled Plasma–Optical Emission Spectroscopy. Application of ICP & ICP-MSTechniques for Today's Spectroscopist, November, p. 24.

Mark, Howard. Pittcon New Product Review. May, p. 22.

Mark, Howard, and Workman Jr., Jerome. "The Long, Complicated, Tedious, and Difficult Route to Principal Components: Coda," in Chemometrics in Spectroscopy. May, p. 14.

Mark, Howard, and Workman Jr., Jerome. "The Long, Complicated, Tedious and Difficult Route to Principal Components: Part VI," in Chemometrics in Spectroscopy. February, p. 16.

McCurdy, Ed. Comparing Collision–Reaction Cell Modes for the Measurement of Interfered Analytes in Complex Matrices. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, October, p. 30.

McDowall, R.D. "Are You Getting Value from Your Spectrometer?" in Focus on Quality. December, p. 67.

McDowall, R.D. "The Tiger Has Sharp New Teeth," in Focus on Quality. November, p. 23.

McDowall, R.D. "Understanding and Interpreting the New GAMP 5 Software Categories," in Focus on Quality. June, p. 22.

McDowall, R.D. "USP <1058> on Analytical Instrument Qualification and the Laboratory Impact," in Focus on Quality. April, p. 20.

McGinley, M. See Scott, G.

McGinley, Michael. See Scott, Greg.

McSheehy, Shona. Using GC–ICP-MS for Speciation of Sulfur in Reformulated Fuels. Application of ICP & ICP-MS Techniques for Today's Spectroscopist, November, p. 40.

McSheehy, Shona. See Hamester, Meike.

McSheehy, Shona, and Sperling, Michael. "Hyphenated ICP-MS Techniques for Speciation Analysis," in Atomic Perspectives. March, p. 14.

Menard, Kevin P., and Spragg, Richard. Combining Raman Spectroscopy and Differential Scanning Calorimetry. Raman Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, June, p. 39.

Miller, Christine, and Lin, Dayin. Microfluidic Chip-Based Technology as a Growing Trend in LC–MS Analysis. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, March, p. 8.

Miziolek, Andrzej. See De Lucia Jr., Frank C.

Mondello, Frank J. See Lesaicherre, Marie.

Morris, Rob. "How Will Distributed Sensing Inspire Changes in Optical-Sensing R&D?" in Laser and Optics Interface. January, p. 40.

Muenster, Helmut. See Kellman, Markus.

Munson, Chase A. See De Lucia Jr., Frank C.

Murphy, Brian. See Yu, Kate.

Murphy, Terry; Roberts, Gareth; and Davies, Gavin. Chemical Warfare Agents and Use of Thermal Desorption–GC–MS to Achieve Improved Trace-Level Detection. Homeland Security, April, p. 29.

N

Neubauer, Kenneth. "Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Column Types for Speciation Analysis by LC–ICP-MS," in Atomic Perspectives. November, p. 30.

Neufeld, Lawrence. Cone Care and Maintenance. Application of ICP & ICP-MS Techniques for Today's Spectroscopist, November, p. 32.

Newbury, Dale E. The Revolution in Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry: Spectrum Imaging at Output Count Rates Above 1 MHz with the Silicon Drift Detector on a Scanning Electron Microscope. July, p. 32.

Neyer, David, and Hobbs, Steve. Application of Microbore UHPLC–MS-MS to the Quantitation of In Vivo Pharmacokinetic Study Samples. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, July, p. 40.

Nielsen, Claus Hélix. See Petersen, Frederic N. R.

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Paxon, Tracy L. See Lesaicherre, Marie.

Petersen, Frederic N.R.; and Nielsen, Claus Hélix. Raman Spectroscopy as a Tool for Investigating Lipid–Protein Interactions. October, p. 26.

Prakash, Amol. See Sarracino, David.

Pugh, Scott. See Heim, John.

R

Reffner, John A.; Gabriele, Peter D.; and Leary, Pauline E. Detection and Sourcing of Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Products and Consumer Goods. FT-IR Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, August, p. 10.

Reid, Derryck T. See Gayraud, Nicolas.

Rivera, B. See Scott, G.

Roberts, Gareth. See Murphy, Terry.

Rodushkin, Ilia. See Hamester, Meike.

Russell, David H. See Becker, Christopher.

Russo, Richard. See Bol´shakov, Alexander.

S

Sadowski, Charles S. See Later, Douglas W.

Sanchez, A. Carl, and Kansal, Monika. Structured Approach to Method Development for Bioanalytical HILIC–MS-MS Applications. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, May, p. 44.

Sarracino, David; Krastins, Bryan; Prakash, Amol; Lopez, Mary F.; Wong, Waichi; Zorn, Emmanuel; and Athanas, Michael. Quantitative Proteomic Workflow for Discovery of Early Rejection Kidney Transplant Peptide Biomarkers and Subsequent Development of SRM Assays in Urine. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, July, p. 34.

Schmid, Lawrence S. Spectroscopy: Enduring During Uncertain Times. March, p. 38.

Schmidt, U.; Ibach, W.; Fischer, H.; and Hollricher, O. Analysis of Multicomponent Polymer Blends with Confocal Raman Imaging and Atomic Force Microscopy. Raman Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, June, p. 32.

Schreiber, André, and von Czaplewski, Kristin. Recent Trends in the Use of LC–MS-MS for the Testing of Food and Environmental Contaminants. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, March, p. 16.

Scott, G.; Hail, M.; Rivera, B.; and McGinley, M. ADME/Pharmacokinetic Studies from Serum and Plasma: Improvements in Sample Preparation and LC–MS Analysis of Therapeutic Oligonucleotides. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, July, p. 44.

Scott, Greg; Champion, Matthew; and McGinley, Michael. Improving Oligonucleotide Sensitivity and Separation for LC–MS Applications. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, March, p. 30.

Shockcor, John. See Yu, Kate.

Simons, Brigitte; Impey, Gary; and Duchoslav, Eva. Accelerated Discovery and Quantitation of Lipids in Complex Extracts. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, May, p. 12.

Skilton, St John. See Chakraborty, Asish B.

Sparkman, O. David; Jones, Patrick R.; and Curtis, Matthew. Anatomy of an Ion's Fragmentation After Electron Ionization, Part I. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, May, p. 18.

Sparkman, O. David; Jones, Patrick R.; and Curtis, Matthew. Anatomy of an Ion's Fragmentation After Electron Ionization, Part II. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, July, p. 12.

Sperling, Michael. See McSheehy, Shona.

Spragg, Richard. See Menard, Kevin P.

Stapels, Martha, and Fadgen, Keith. A Reproducible Online 2D Reversed Phase–Reversed Phase High–Low pH Method for Qualitative and Quantitative Proteomics. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, March, p. 14.

Stone, James M. See Gayraud, Nicolas.

Sugiyama, Hiroshi. See Larsen, Richard A.

Sunderland, William Scott. See Lesaicherre, Marie.

Sword, Duane. Portable FT-IR and Raman Spectroscopy for Explosives Identification. Homeland Security, April, p. 16.

Syage, Jack A., and Hanold, Karl A. Combating Terrorism with Mass Spectrometry — Screening People for Explosives. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, July, p. 26.

T

Taday, Philip F. "Terahertz Pulsed Imaging for Nondestructive Testing of Pharmaceutical Products," in Lasers and Optics Interface. April, p. 28.

Takeuchi, Seiji. Polarization Measurement of Film Using Single-Reflection FT-IR–ATR. FT-IR Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, August, p. 22.

Taylor, Lester. See Kellman, Markus.

Thompson, Laura. "Software Features to Improve Quality Control and Data Validation in the Inorganic Laboratory," in Atomic Perspectives. July, p. 20.

Tian, Yumei. See Cheng, Cungui.

Tsaparikos, Mary. See Botonjic-Sehic, Edita.

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Villemaire, André. See Chamberland, Martin.

Volmer, Dietrich A. See Bluck, Les.

von Czaplewski, Kristin. See Schreiber, André.

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Wall, Mark. See Hodkiewicz, Joe.

Weng, Chao; Chen, Xiaoming; and Cai, Changqun. Spectral Studies on the Interaction of [Ru(bpy)2 (BTIP)]2+ with DNA and Determination of Nucleic Acids at Nanogram Levels. June, p. 39.

Whitley, Andrew; Leroy, Emmanuel; and Adar, Fran. FT-IR–Raman Combination: The Perfect Analytical Solution for Vibrational Spectroscopists. FT-IR Technology for Today's Spectroscopists, August, p. 35.

Whitley, Andrew. See Adar, Fran.

Wieboldt, Dick. See Lowry, Steve.

Wieghaus, Andreas. See Kellman, Markus.

Wilbur, Steven M. Factors Determining Sensitivity in ICP-MS. Application of ICP & ICP-MS Techniques for Today's Spectroscopist, November, p. 10.

Wilbur, Steven. "Universal Quantification — The Uncelebrated Strength of ICP-MS," in Atomic Perspectives. May, p. 16.

Wirth, Tiffany C. See Later, Douglas W.

Wong, Waichi. See Sarracino, David.

Workman Jr., Jerome. See Mark, Howard.

Workman Jr., Jerome, and Mark, Howard. "Statistics and Chemometrics for Clinical Data Reporting, Part I," in Chemometrics in Spectroscopy. June, p. 18.

Workman Jr., Jerome, and Mark, Howard. "Statistics and Chemometrics for Clinical Data Reporting, Part II: Using Excel for Computations," in Chemometrics in Spectroscopy. October, p. 20.

X

Xie, Hongwei. See Chakraborty, Asish B.

Xin, Mintong. See Yu, Kate.

Xiong, Wei. See Cheng, Cungui.

Y

Yin, Liangliang; Dong, Jing; Yuki, Hashi; and Chen, Shizhong. Online Identification of Flavones from Flos Chrysanthemi by LC–MS-IT-TOF. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, October, p. 22.

Yoo, Jong H. See Bol´shakov, Alexander.

Yu, Kate; Xin, Mintong; Castro-Perez, Jose; Fu, Xintong; Chen, Yougen; Guo, Hongzhu; Shockcor, John; and Murphy, Brian. Using LC–oa-TOF MSE with a Multivariate Statistical Sample Profiling Strategy to Distinguish Chinese Red Ginseng from Korean Red Ginseng. Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, October, p. 36.

Yuki, Hashi. See Yin, Liangliang.

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Zhang, Changjiang. See Cheng, Cungui.

Zorn, Emmanuel. See Sarracino, David.

SUBJECTS

ATOMIC PERSPECTIVES COLUMN

"Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Column Types for Speciation Analysis by LC–ICP-MS," in Atomic Perspectives. Kenneth Neubauer. November, p. 30.

"Hyphenated ICP-MS Techniques for Speciation Analysis," in Atomic Perspectives. Shona McSheehy and Michael Sperling. March, p. 14.

"Software Features to Improve Quality Control and Data Validation in the Inorganic Laboratory," in Atomic Perspectives. Laura Thompson. July, p. 20.

"Universal Quantification — The Uncelebrated Strength of ICP-MS," in Atomic Perspectives. Steven Wilbur. May, p. 16.

ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY

"Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Column Types for Speciation Analysis by LC–ICP-MS," in Atomic Perspectives. Kenneth Neubauer. November, p. 30.

"Higher Resolution Mass Analysis in Inductively Coupled Plasma–Mass Spectrometry," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. January, p. 30.

"Hyphenated ICP-MS Techniques for Speciation Analysis," in Atomic Perspectives. Shona McSheehy and Michael Sperling. March, p. 14.

"Software Features to Improve Quality Control and Data Validation in the Inorganic Laboratory," in Atomic Perspectives. Laura Thompson. July, p. 20.

"Universal Quantification — The Uncelebrated Strength of ICP-MS," in Atomic Perspectives. Steven Wilbur. May, p. 16.

BASELINE COLUMN

"Auger Spectroscopy," in The Baseline. David W. Ball. June, p. 14.

"Color," in The Baseline. David W. Ball. September, p. 16.

"Group Theory and Symmetry, Part I: Symmetry Elements," in The Baseline. David Ball. December, p. 63.

"The Seven Base Units, Part I," in The Baseline. David W. Ball. January, p. 22.

"The Seven Base Units, Part II," in The Baseline. David W. Ball. April, p. 14.

BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL ANALYSIS

Interaction of Indigo Carmine with Nucleic Acids in the Presence of Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide: Spectral Studies and the Confirmation of Combined Points. Changqun Cai, Xiaoming Chen, and Hang Gong. November, p. 34.

"Raman Spectroscopy for Biomedical Applications," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. Fran Adar. March, p. 26.

Raman Spectroscopy as a Tool for Investigating Lipid–Protein Interactions. Frederic N.R. Petersen and Claus Hélix Nielsen. October, p. 26.

Spectral Studies on the Interaction of [Ru(bpy)2 (BTIP)]2+ with DNA and Determination of Nucleic Acids at Nanogram Levels. Chao Weng, Xiaoming Chen, and Changqun Cai. June, p. 39.

CHEMOMETRICS IN SPECTROSCOPY COLUMN

"The Long, Complicated, Tedious, and Difficult Route to Principal Components: Coda," in Chemometrics in Spectroscopy. Howard Mark and Jerome Workman Jr. May, p. 14.

"The Long, Complicated, Tedious and Difficult Route to Principal Components: Part VI," in Chemometrics in Spectroscopy. Howard Mark and Jerome Workman Jr. February, p. 16.

"Statistics and Chemometrics for Clinical Data Reporting, Part I," in Chemometrics in Spectroscopy. Jerome Workman Jr. and Howard Mark. June, p. 18.

"Statistics and Chemometrics for Clinical Data Reporting, Part II: Using Excel for Computations," in Chemometrics in Spectroscopy. Jerome Workman Jr. and Howard Mark. October, p. 20.

FIBER OPTICS

Mid-Infrared Gas Sensing Using a Photonic Bandgap Fiber as a Gas Cell. Nicolas Gayraud, Lukasz Kornaszewski, James M. Stone, Jonathan C. Knight, Derryck T. Reid, William N. MacPherson, and Duncan P. Hand. January, p. 46.

FOCUS ON QUALITY COLUMN

"Are You Getting Value from Your Spectrometer?" in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. December, p. 67.

"The Tiger Has Sharp New Teeth," in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. November, p. 23.

"Understanding and Interpreting the New GAMP 5 Software Categories," in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. June, p. 22.

"USP <1058> on Analytical Instrument Qualification and the Laboratory Impact," in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. April, p. 20.

FORENSIC APPLICATIONS

Forensic Application of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Aging of Bloodstains. Edita Botonjic-Sehic, Chris W. Brown, Marc Lamontagne, and Mary Tsaparikos. February, p. 42.

FT-IR SPECTROSCOPY

"FT-IR and Raman: A Synergism, Not Competing Technologies," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. Fran Adar. October, p. 16.

A Novel Recognition of Three Kinds of Sibling Plants Using FT-IR with Continuous Wavelet Feature Extraction Combined with an Artificial Neural Network. Cungui Cheng, Wei Xiong, Yumei Tian, and Changjiang Zhang. February, p. 58.

FUELS

Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry: A Tool for Characterizing the Petroleome. Christopher Becker, Francisco A. Fernandez-Lima, and David H. Russell. April, p. 38.

ICP AND ICP-MS

"Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Column Types for Speciation Analysis by LC–ICP-MS," in Atomic Perspectives. Kenneth Neubauer. November, p. 30.

"Higher Resolution Mass Analysis in Inductively Coupled Plasma–Mass Spectrometry," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. January, p. 30.

"Hyphenated ICP-MS Techniques for Speciation Analysis," in Atomic Perspectives. Shona McSheehy and Michael Sperling. March, p. 14.

"Universal Quantification — The Uncelebrated Strength of ICP-MS," in Atomic Perspectives. Steven Wilbur. May, p. 16.

INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY

Mid-Infrared Gas Sensing Using a Photonic Bandgap Fiber as a Gas Cell. Nicolas Gayraud, Lukasz Kornaszewski, James M. Stone, Jonathan C. Knight, Derryck T. Reid, William N. MacPherson, and Duncan P. Hand. January, p. 46.

LASERS AND OPTICS INTERFACE COLUMN

"Advantages of High OD Filters to Microscopy," in Laser and Optics Interface. Paul Gelsinger-Austin. July, p. 24.

"How Will Distributed Sensing Inspire Changes in Optical-Sensing R&D?" in Laser and Optics Interface. Rob Morris. January, p. 40.

"Terahertz Pulsed Imaging for Nondestructive Testing of Pharmaceutical Products," in Lasers and Optics Interface. Philip F. Taday. April, p. 28.

LASERS

Current Status of Standoff LIBS Security Applications at the United States Army Research Laboratory. Frank C. De Lucia Jr., Jennifer L. Gottfried, Chase A. Munson, and Andrzej Miziolek. June, p. 32.

Discrimination of Complex Substances with Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy. Alexander Bol´shakov, Jong H. Yoo, Chunyi Liu, and Richard Russo. October, p. 36.

"How Will Distributed Sensing Inspire Changes in Optical-Sensing R&D?" in Laser and Optics Interface. Rob Morris. January, p. 40.

Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for Analysis of Aerosol Particles: The Path Toward Quantitative Analysis. David W. Hahn. September, p. 26.

"Terahertz Pulsed Imaging for Nondestructive Testing of Pharmaceutical Products," in Lasers and Optics Interface. Philip F. Taday. April, p. 28.

MARKET PROFILE

Spectroscopy: Enduring During Uncertain Times. Lawrence S. Schmid. March, p. 38.

MASS SPECTROMETRY FORUM COLUMN

"Development of Mass Spectrometry in the United States: The First 50 Years," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. March, p. 18.

"Higher Resolution Mass Analysis in Inductively Coupled Plasma–Mass Spectrometry," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. January, p. 30.

"Ion Lenses," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. September, p. 20.

"Pressure and Vacuum: Not Really Trivial," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. November, p. 16.

"Sampling in Mass Spectrometry," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. July, p. 14.

MASS SPECTROMETRY

"Development of Mass Spectrometry in the United States: The First 50 Years," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. March, p. 18.

"Higher Resolution Mass Analysis in Inductively Coupled Plasma–Mass Spectrometry," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. January, p. 30.

"Ion Lenses," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. September, p. 20.

Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry: A Tool for Characterizing the Petroleome. Christopher Becker, Francisco A. Fernandez-Lima, and David H. Russell. April, p. 38.

"Pressure and Vacuum: Not Really Trivial," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. November, p. 16.

The Role of Naturally Occurring Stable Isotopes in Mass Spectrometry, Part II: The Instrumentation. Les Bluck and Dietrich A. Volmer. February, p. 50.

The Role of Naturally Occurring Stable Isotopes in Mass Spectrometry, Part III: Small Gas Molecule Calculations. Les Bluck and Dietrich A. Volmer. September, p. 34.

"Sampling in Mass Spectrometry," in Mass Spectrometry Forum. Kenneth L. Busch. July, p. 14.

"Universal Quantification — The Uncelebrated Strength of ICP-MS," in Atomic Perspectives. Steven Wilbur. May, p. 16.

MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY WORKBENCH COLUMN

"FT-IR and Raman: A Synergism, Not Competing Technologies," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. Fran Adar. October, p. 16.

"Raman Spectroscopy for Biomedical Applications," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. Fran Adar. March, p. 26.

"Raman Spectroscopy of Carbon — More Information Than You Would Think," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. Fran Adar. February, p. 28.

NEAR-IR SPECTROSCOPY

Forensic Application of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy: Aging of Bloodstains. Edita Botonjic-Sehic, Chris W. Brown, Marc Lamontagne, and Mary Tsaparikos. February, p. 42.

NMR SPECTROSCOPY

Interaction of Indigo Carmine with Nucleic Acids in the Presence of Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide: Spectral Studies and the Confirmation of Combined Points. Changqun Cai, Xiaoming Chen, and Hang Gong. November, p. 34.

OPTICS

"Advantages of High OD Filters to Microscopy," in Laser and Optics Interface. Paul Gelsinger-Austin. July, p. 24.

"Group Theory and Symmetry, Part I: Symmetry Elements," in The Baseline. David Ball. December, p. 63.

PHARMACEUTICAL APPLICATIONS

"Are You Getting Value from Your Spectrometer?" in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. December, p. 67.

"Terahertz Pulsed Imaging for Nondestructive Testing of Pharmaceutical Products," in Lasers and Optics Interface. Philip F. Taday. April, p. 28.

"The Tiger Has Sharp New Teeth," in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. November, p. 23.

"USP <1058> on Analytical Instrument Qualification and the Laboratory Impact," in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. April, p. 20.

PRODUCT REVIEW

Pittcon 2009 New Product Review. Howard Mark. May, p. 22.

RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY

"FT-IR and Raman: A Synergism, Not Competing Technologies," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. Fran Adar. October, p. 16.

"Raman Spectroscopy for Biomedical Applications," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. Fran Adar. March, p. 26.

"Raman Spectroscopy of Carbon — More Information Than You Would Think," in Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench. Fran Adar. February, p. 28.

Raman Spectroscopy as a Tool for Investigating Lipid–Protein Interactions. Frederic N.R. Petersen and Claus Hélix Nielsen. October, p. 26.

The Use of a Raman Spectral Database of Minerals for the Rapid Verification of Semiprecious Gemstones. Steve Lowry, Dick Wieboldt, Dave Dalrymple, Renata Jasinevicius, and Robert T. Downs. May, p. 52.

REGULATORY ISSUES

"Are You Getting Value from Your Spectrometer?" in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. December, p. 67.

"The Tiger Has Sharp New Teeth," in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. November, p. 23.

"Understanding and Interpreting the New GAMP 5 Software Categories," in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. June, p. 22.

"USP <1058> on Analytical Instrument Qualification and the Laboratory Impact," in Focus on Quality. R.D. McDowall. April, p. 20.

SALARY SURVEY

2009 Salary Survey: Salaries and Stress on the Rise. Megan Evans. March, p. 32.

SPECTRAL INTERPRETATION

Spectral Studies on the Interaction of [Ru(bpy)2 (BTIP)]2+ with DNA and Determination of Nucleic Acids at Nanogram Levels. Chao Weng, Xiaoming Chen, and Changqun Cai. June, p. 39.

The Use of a Raman Spectral Database of Minerals for the Rapid Verification of Semiprecious Gemstones. Steve Lowry, Dick Wieboldt, Dave Dalrymple, Renata Jasinevicius, and Robert T. Downs. May, p. 52.

SUPPLEMENT: APPLICATION OF ICP & ICP-MS TECHNIQUES FOR TODAY'S SPECTROSCOPIST

Cone Care and Maintenance. Lawrence Neufeld. November, p. 32.

Determination of Toxic Elements Leached from Toys and Household Structures by Inductively Coupled Plasma–Optical Emission Spectroscopy. Maura Mahar, Manuel Almeida, and Peter Brown. November, p. 24.

Factors Determining Sensitivity in ICP-MS. Steven M. Wilbur. November, p. 10.

ICP-MS Determination of Micro and Macro Elements in Waters. Riccardo Magarini. November, p. 45.

Optimizing Productivity for Environmental Applications of ICP. Jerry Dulude and Vesna Dolic. November, p. 16.

Using GC–ICP-MS for Speciation of Sulfur in Reformulated Fuels. Shona McSheehy. November, p. 40.

SUPPLEMENT: CURRENT TRENDS IN MASS SPECTROMETRY

57th ASMS Conference Review. Megan Evans. July, p. 10.

Accelerated Discovery and Quantitation of Lipids in Complex Extracts. Brigitte Simons, Gary Impey, and Eva Duchoslav. May, p. 12.

ADME/Pharmacokinetic Studies from Serum and Plasma: Improvements in Sample Preparation and LC–MS Analysis of Therapeutic Oligonucleotides. G. Scott, M. Hail, B. Rivera, and M. McGinley. July, p. 44.

Anatomy of an Ion's Fragmentation After Electron Ionization, Part I. O. David Sparkman, Patrick R. Jones, and Matthew Curtis. May, p. 18.

Anatomy of an Ion's Fragmentation After Electron Ionization, Part II. O. David Sparkman, Patrick R. Jones, and Matthew Curtis. July, p. 12.

Application of Microbore UHPLC–MS-MS to the Quantitation of In Vivo Pharmacokinetic Study Samples. David Neyer and Steve Hobbs. July, p. 40.

Combating Terrorism with Mass Spectrometry — Screening People for Explosives. Jack A. Syage and Karl A. Hanold. July, p. 26.

Comparing Collision–Reaction Cell Modes for the Measurement of Interfered Analytes in Complex Matrices. Ed McCurdy. October, p. 30.

High Performance Mass Spectrometry for Small Molecule and Protein Applications. Darwin Asa. May, p. 30.

Improving the Analytical Workflow for Protein Biopharmaceutical Characterization with a Novel LC–MS System Solution. Asish Chakraborty, Hongwei Xie, St John Skilton, John C. Gebler, and Weibin Chen. July, p. 26.

Improving Oligonucleotide Sensitivity and Separation for LC–MS Applications. Greg Scott, Matthew Champion, and Michael McGinley. March, p. 30.

Magnet or Cell? A Comparison of High-Resolution Sector Field ICP-MS and Collision–Reaction Cell Quadrupole ICP-MS. Meike Hamester, Shona McSheehy, and Ilia Rodushkin. October, p. 26.

A Mass Spectrometry Glossary. Kenneth L. Busch. October, p. 10.

Metabolite Profiling Applications in Early Drug Discovery. Hesham Ghobarah, Elliott B. Jones, and Mark M. Garner. October, p. 44.

Microfluidic Chip-Based Technology as a Growing Trend in LC–MS Analysis. Christine Miller and Dayin Lin. March, p 8.

Nonderivatized Drug-Screen Analysis in Urine with Automated Solid Phase Microextraction and Comprehensive Two-Dimensional GC–TOF-MS. John Heim and Scott Pugh. March, p. 26.

Online Identification of Flavones from Flos Chrysanthemi by LC–MS-IT-TOF. Liangliang Yin, Jing Dong, Hashi Yuki, and Shizhong Chen. October, p. 22.

Quantitative Proteomic Workflow for Discovery of Early Rejection Kidney Transplant Peptide Biomarkers and Subsequent Development of SRM Assays in Urine. David Sarracino, Bryan Krastins, Amol Prakash, Mary F. Lopez, Waichi Wong, Emmanuel Zorn, and Michael Athanas. July, p. 34.

Recent Trends in the Use of LC–MS-MS for the Testing of Food and Environmental Contaminants. André Schreiber and Kristin von Czaplewski. March, p. 16.

A Reproducible Online 2D Reversed Phase–Reversed Phase High–Low pH Method for Qualitative and Quantitative Proteomics. Martha Stapels and Keith Fadgen. March, p. 14.

The Role of Triple Quadrupole GC–MS in Steroid Analysis. Aishah Latiff and Melissa Churley. May, p. 33.

Structured Approach to Method Development for Bioanalytical HILIC–MS-MS Applications. A. Carl Sanchez and Monika Kansal. May, p. 44.

Successfully Identifying Proteins and Their Modifications Using Electron Transfer Dissociation Linear Ion Trap Mass Spectrometry. Andreas Huhmer. March, p. 22.

Using High-Resolution LC–MS to Analyze Complex Sample. Markus Kellman, Andreas Wieghaus, Helmut Muenster, Lester Taylor, and Dipankar Ghosh. May, p. 38.

Using LC–oa-TOF MSE with a Multivariate Statistical Sample Profiling Strategy to Distinguish Chinese Red Ginseng from Korean Red Ginseng. Kate Yu, Mintong Xin, Jose Castro-Perez, Xintong Fu, Yougen Chen, Hongzhu Guo, John Shockcor, and Brian Murphy. October, p. 36.

SUPPLEMENT: FT-IR TECHNOLOGY FOR TODAY'S SPECTROSCOPISTS

Advanced Infrared Imaging for Sample Analysis. Richard A. Larsen, Ken-ichi Akao, Hiroshi Sugiyama, and Jun Koshoubu. August, p. 42.

Analysis of Solar Silicon Using High-Throughput Spectroscopy. Steve Lowry, Ross Boyle, and Mike Bradley. August, p. 28.

Detection and Sourcing of Counterfeit Pharmaceutical Products and Consumer Goods. John A. Reffner, Peter D. Gabriele, and Pauline E. Leary. August, p. 10.

FT-IR–Raman Combination: The Perfect Analytical Solution for Vibrational Spectroscopists. Andrew Whitley, Emmanuel Leroy, and Fran Adar. August, p. 35.

Polarization Measurement of Film Using Single-Reflection FT-IR–ATR. Seiji Takeuchi. August, p. 22.

Rapid Analysis of Inks on Paper by Viewing FT-IR–ATR Spectroscopy. Manfred Feustel and Jenni Briggs. August, p. 16.

SUPPLEMENT: HOMELAND SECURITY

Chemical Warfare Agent Spectral Imaging for Real-Time Identification and Localization. Martin Chamberland, Vincent Farley, Philippe Lagueux, and André Villemaire. April, p. 20.

Chemical Warfare Agents and Use of Thermal Desorption–GC–MS to Achieve Improved Trace-Level Detection. Terry Murphy, Gareth Roberts, and Gavin Davies. April, p. 29.

Portable FT-IR and Raman Spectroscopy for Explosives Identification. Duane Sword. April, p. 16.

Rapid Field Detection of Chemical Warfare Agents and Toxic Industrial Chemicals Using a Hand-Portable GC–TMS System. Douglas W. Later, Tiffany C. Wirth, Christopher R. Bowerbank, Edgar D. Lee, and Charles S. Sadowski. April, p. 6.

SUPPLEMENT: RAMAN TECHNOLOGY FOR TODAY'S SPECTROSCOPISTS

Analysis of Multicomponent Polymer Blends with Confocal Raman Imaging and Atomic Force Microscopy. U. Schmidt, W. Ibach, H. Fischer, and O. Hollricher. June, p. 32.

Combining Raman Spectroscopy and Differential Scanning Calorimetry. Kevin P. Menard and Richard Spragg. June, p. 39.

Dual-Use Raman Spectroscopy for Chemical and Biological Agent Identification. Marie Lesaicherre, Tracy L. Paxon, Michael C. Burrell, William Scott Sunderland, Amy Linsebigler, and Frank J. Mondello. June, p. 6.

Low-Resolution Raman Spectroscopy, the Photonic Engine Behind Materials Identification's Promising Future. Jorge Macho. June, p. 46.

Raman Spectroscopy as a Rapid Characterization Tool for Heterogeneous Solids. Joe Hodkiewicz and Mark Wall. June, p. 18.

Transmission Raman Offers Improved Quantitation of Pharmaceutical Solids. Fran Adar, Eunah Lee, and Andrew Whitley. June, p. 26.

UV SPECTROSCOPY

Interaction of Indigo Carmine with Nucleic Acids in the Presence of Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide: Spectral Studies and the Confirmation of Combined Points. Changqun Cai, Xiaoming Chen, and Hang Gong. November, p. 34.

Spectral Studies on the Interaction of [Ru(bpy)2 (BTIP)]2+ with DNA and Determination of Nucleic Acids at Nanogram Levels. Chao Weng, Xiaoming Chen, and Changqun Cai. June, p. 39.

X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY

The Revolution in Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry: Spectrum Imaging at Output Count Rates Above 1 MHz with the Silicon Drift Detector on a Scanning Electron Microscope. Dale E. Newbury. July, p. 32. ?