By John C. Lindon
The Encyclopedia of Spectroscopy and Spectrometry offers authoritative and complete insurance of the total subject of spectroscopy, from conception to functions. brief articles, every one overlaying one element of spectroscopy, give you the expert spectroscopist operating in academia or with the fundamental proof and history on parts of spectroscopy peripheral to their very own. an inventory of additional analyzing on the finish of every article directs the reader to the extent of element required for pro reasons. Articles are prepared alphabetically, each one having been named to facilitate logical entry by means of the reader. every one article is flagged as to which sector of spectroscopy it covers ("Mass Spectroscopy," "Magnetic Resonance," etc.) and even if it covers conception, tools and instrumentation, or functions. clients can check with an alphabetical article directory, or to an inventory prepared in line with topic sector to find articles. extra interpreting lists on the finish of every article permit easy accessibility to the first literature. huge cross-referencing, a whole topic index, various figures, and colour plates are incorporated in each one quantity.
Initial entry to the web model providing large hypertext linking and complex seek instruments is obtainable to purchasers of the print version. Ongoing entry is maintained for a minimal annual fee.
- Contains approximately three hundred articles masking the entire zone of spectroscopy and comparable areas
- Provides the basic evidence and historical past for every topic
- Includes interpreting lists in each one article to aid the reader entry extra distinctive information
- Allows quick access to required info via alphabetical listings, wide cross-referencing to similar articles, and an in depth topic index in every one volume
- Includes various figures and tables that illustrate the text
- Contains colour plate sections in every one volume
- Includes preliminary entry to the web model with vast hypertext linking and complex seek instruments Ongoing entry is maintained for a minimal annual fee
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See Dyes and Indicators, Use of UV-Visible Absorption Spectroscopy. com). Plate 15 Plate 15 Sir Frederick William Herschel (1738–1822) German-British astronomer, and disocerer of Uranus, 1781. Reproduced with permission from Mary Evans Picture Library. Plate 16 Plate 16 Sir Chandrasehara Venkata Raman. Indian (1888–1970) physcicist, Nobel Laureate in physics 1930 and discoverer of the Raman effect, a scattering of light by a sample which results in a small fraction of the light being of a different frequency.
Reproduced with permission from John Lindon. Plate 8 Plates 8 a and b Polarised light micrograph of liquid crystals. See Chiroptical Spectroscopy, Oriented Molecules and Anisotropic Systems; Liquid Crystals and Liquid Crystal Solutions Studied by NMR. Reproduced with permission from Science Photo Library. Plate 9 Plate 9 Light micrograph of a liquid crystal display (LCD) of the type used to represent numerical ﬁgures. Although a liquid crystal (LC) can ﬂow like a ﬂuid its molecular arrangement exhibits some order.
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Niessen Pages 1404-1410 Ulrich Boesl Pages 1411-1424 Suresh Dua and John H Bowie Pages 1461-1469 Chrys Wesdemiotis Pages 1469-1479 Tomas Baer Pages 1831-1839 John C Traeger Pages 1840-1847 Ronald D Macfarlane Pages 1848-1857 Jacek P Dworzanski and Henk L C Meuzelaar P H Dawson and D J Douglas Pages 1906-1919 Pages 1921-1930 R Bateman Pages 2085-2092 Spectroscopy of Ions John P Maier Pages 2182-2189 Surface Induced Dissociation in Mass Spectrometry S A Miller and S L Bernasek Pages 2279-2294 Thermospray Ionization in W M A Niessen Mass Spectrometry K G Standing and W Time of Flight Mass Ens Spectrometers Pages 2353-2360 Pages 2360-2365 Applications Biochemical Applications of Mass Spectrometry Cluster Ions Measured Using Mass Spectrometry Cosmochemical Applications Using Mass Spectrometry Food Science, Applications of Mass Spectrometry Forensic Science, Applications of Mass Spectrometry Hyphenated Techniques, Applications of in Mass Spectrometry Inorganic Chemistry, Applications of Mass 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Smith and Patrik panl Pages 2092-2105 Asher Mandelbaum Pages 2211-2223 Spatially Resolved Spectroscopic Analysis Theory Neutron Diffraction, Theory Alex C Hannon Pages 1493-1503 PET, Theory T J Spinks Pages 1782-1791 A J Fisher Pages 2060-2066 Zdzislaw Salamon and Gordon Tollin Pages 2311-2319 Scanning Probe Microscopy, Theory Surface Plasmon Resonance, Theory Methods and Instrumentation Neutron Diffraction, Instrumentation PET, Methods and Instrumentation Scanning Probe Microscopes SPECT, Methods and Instrumentation Structure Refinement (Solid State Diffraction) Surface Plasmon Resonance, Instrumentation A C Hannon Pages 1479-1492 T J Spinks Pages 1771-1782 J G Kushmerick and P S Weiss Pages 2043-2051 John C Lindon Pages 2159-2161 Dieter Schwarzenbach and Howard D Flack Pages 2271-2278 R P H Kooyman Pages 2302-2310 Applications Fibres and Films Studied Using X-Ray Diffraction Inelastic Neutron Scattering, Applications Inorganic Compounds and Minerals Studied Using Xray Diffraction Materials Science Applications of X-ray Diffraction Mössbauer Spectroscopy, Applications Scanning Probe Microscopy, Applications Surface Plasmon Resonance, Applications Watson Fuller and Arumugam Mahendrasingam Pages 529-539 Stewart F Parker Pages 894-905 Gilberto Artioli Pages 924-933 Åke Kvick Pages 1248-1257 Guennadi N Belozerski Pages 1324-1334 C J Roberts, M C Davies, S J B Tendler and P M Williams Zdzislaw Salamon and Gordon Tollin Pages 2051-2059 Pages 2294-2302 Vibrational, Rotational and Raman Spectroscopies Historical Overview Vibrational, Rotational and Raman Spectroscopy, Historical Perspective A S Gilbert Pages 2422-2432 Theory IR Spectroscopy, Theory Nonlinear Raman Spectroscopy, Theory Photoacoustic Spectroscopy, Theory Derek Steele Pages 1066-1071 J Santos Gómez Pages 1631-1642 András Miklós, Stefan Schäfer and Peter Hess Pages 1815-1822 Raman Optical Activity, Theory Rayleigh Scattering and Raman Spectroscopy, Theory Rotational Spectroscopy, Theory Laurence A Nafie Pages 1976-1985 David L Andrews Pages 1993-2000 Iain R McNab Pages 2017-2028 Vibrational CD, Theory Philip J Stephens Pages 2415-2421 Methods and Instrumentation Chromatography-IR, Methods and Instrumentation Computational Methods and Chemometrics in Near-IR Spectroscopy High Resolution IR Spectroscopy (Gas Phase) Instrumentation Robert L White Pages 288-293 Paul Geladi and Eigil Dåbakk Pages 343-349 Jyrki K Kauppinen and Jari O Partanen Pages 784-794 IR Spectrometers R A Spragg Pages 1048-1057 IR Spectroscopy Sample Preparation Methods R A Spragg Pages 1058-1066 Microwave Spectrometers Marlin D Harmony Pages 1308-1314 Near-IR Spectrometers R Anthony Shaw and Henry H Mantsch Pages 1451-1461 Nonlinear Raman Peter C Chen Spectroscopy, Instruments Pina Colarusso, Linda Raman and Infrared H Kidder, Ira W Levin Microspectroscopy and E Neil Lewis Raman Optical Activity, Werner Hug Spectrometers Raman Spectrometers Bernhard Schrader Pages 1624-1631 Pages 1945-1954 Pages 1966-1976 Pages 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