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This channel covers all aspects of atomic spectroscopy, including atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS), atomic emission spectroscopy (AES), glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy (GD-OES), laser and plasma spectroscopy.

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April 30

High-coverage high-throughput characterization of breast cancer cell line proteomes using 10-plexed TMT on an Orbitrap Fusion

This webinar will show how TMT-10 reagents and the Orbitrap Fusion enable the quantification of nearly 8,000 proteins in only 4.5 hours per cell line. This technology positions proteomics to be used in conjunction with genomics tools in studying complex diseases which demand the analysis of a large number of samples.

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Last Month's Most Accessed Feature: A flight of fancy: Electron pair emissions

Measuring electron pair emission is an experimentally difficult task, not least because it requires access to a synchrotron light source. Now, researchers have developed a new way to measure the emission of electron pairs directly by using a unique combination of a new laboratory light source with time-of-flight spectrometry.

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Breaking the law: Laser focus

David Bradley

Apr 15, 2014

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An international team has demonstrated that a nanoparticle trapped with a laser beam can temporarily violate the strict second law of thermodynamics, a feat that is impossible on the everyday time and length scales of our reality.

The crab Sinopotamon henanense was exposed to waterborne copper and the accumulation of copper and zinc and metallothionein induction in gills and hepatopancreas were determined with the Cd/Hemoglobin saturation assay and AAS.

Researchers have demonstrated the smallest wavelength-tunable laser built with microelectromechanical system (MEMS) technology. The device could have wide-ranging applications in telecommunications technology and spectroscopy.

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While even the best analytical techniques cannot rectify problems generated by sloppy sample preparation, this less "sexy" step between the point at which analytes are transferred from the sample matrix to a form suitable for analysis is often overlooked. Read a free chapter from "Sample Preparation Techniques in Analytical Chemistry " here.

See how you can determine the emission spectra of hydrogen and other elements with a diffraction grating, a meterstick, and a little trigonometry.

Professor Tony Mallet of the University of Greenwich presents an essay on elemental compositions from 'accurate mass' determinations.

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ChemSusChem is a top interdisciplinary journal for research at the interface of chemistry and sustainability. The journal features the best research on sustainability and energy by publishing contributions from chemistry, materials science, chemical engineering, and biotechnology

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Proving GM food is OK to eat

Steve Down

Apr 7, 2014

Scientists in the US believe they have uncovered a novel way to compare GM and unmodified crops which will help to convince doubters that GM food is safe to eat.

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Pittcon 2014 Editors' Gold Award – Texas Instruments

Date: Mar 10, 2014

Eileen Skelly Frame talks with this year's Pittcon Editors' Award Gold winners, Texas Instruments, about their DLP NIR scan technology.

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