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May 14, 2013





Featured Article
2013 Review of Spectroscopic Instrumentation Presented at Pittcon
The trends and details of the new spectroscopy products launched at Pittcon 2013 are presented here. Plus, reader-friendly tables summarize the new developments in 14 categories including atomic spectroscopy, molecular spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, software, accessories, and components. MORE »
Reliable solutions for regulated pharmaceutical laboratories
Complying with new elemental impurity limits as defined by draft USP methods <232>/<233> could pose a significant challenge. You need to choose qualified hardware and software, ensure verification, and maintain electronic records. But there is a simple answer — Request a free copy of our primer on Elemental Impurity Analysis to learn more.
Featured Q&A
Speciation Analysis Using HPLC–ICP–MS: Arsenic in Rice
In a recent web seminar, Julian Tyson, professor of chemistry at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, explained how to develop a reliable method for arsenic speciation. Here, he answers questions raised during the web seminar.MORE »
With only 12 months left to implement US Pharmacopeia Chapters <232> <233> & <2232> will your laboratory be ready to meet the deadline?
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Featured News
Laser World of Photonics Conference Preview
The 21st Laser World of Photonics conference will take place this week, May 13–16, 2013, in Munich, Germany.MORE »
Implementing Routine Elemental Speciation in Your Laboratory, in Readiness for Future Legislation
Live Webcast: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 8:00am PDT/ 11:00am EDT/ 4.00pm BST
Register Free at: www.spectroscopyonline.com/legislation
Featured Articles
Multivariate Calibration for Spectral Analysis Based on P-Spline Signal Regression with Net Analyte Signal
A P-spline signal regression (PSR) with net analyte signal (NAS) method is proposed to construct a quantitative calibration model with high precision.MORE »
Avoid the 483–Unconventional Approaches to Elevate Your Quality Program
Live Webcast: Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 8:00am PDT/ 11:00am EDT
Register Free at : www.spectroscopyonline.com/ramananalysis
William Henry Fox Talbot and the Foundations of Spectrochemical Analysis
Talbot is one of the early researchers into the field of spectral analysis. Between 1826 and 1836 he made several significant contributions and deserves recognition as one of the founders of modern spectrochemical analysis.MORE »
Raman Spectroscopy of Oil Shale
Live Webcast: Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at 8:00am PDT/11:00am EDT
Register Free at : www.spectroscopyonline.com/oilshale
Featured Products
ChemScan™ LIBS Desktop Analyzer
The new CheScan Desktop Analyzer utilizes laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) to provide rapid and reliable identification of materials and chemical composition of solids. Visit www.tsi.com/chemscan.
Usb-Powered Reflectometer For Thin-Film Measurement
Quickly measure thickness and index of single- and multi-layer films using aRTie, which simultaneously measures reflectance and transmittance.
Learn more
Benchtop WDXRF Elemental Analysis
Measure oxygen (O) through uranium (U) in solids, liquids, powders and alloys. Wavelength dispersive (WDXRF) technology for unsurpassed elemental resolving power and superior light element performance.
Raman miniature spectrometer
Hamamatsu's C11714CA mini-spectrometer offers high spectral resolution and high throughput for Raman measurements within 790-920 nm. It combines a high-sensitivity CCD detector and optical system into a compact package.Read More
New benchtop, cryogen–free NMR
Pulsar™–new affordable benchtop, cryogen-free NMR spectrometer. Pulsar incorporates a 1.4T (60MHz proton resonance) rare-earth permanent magnet with superior homogeneity, providing outstanding spectral resolution, generating routine spectra in seconds.
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