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Infrared water messengers

Date: Sep 1, 2010

Author: David Bradley

Water molecules continuously form short-lived clusters that can be rapidly protonated in the liquid state. Now, computer simulations revealed how protonated water clusters interact with nearby messenger molecules, which are required to measure their geometrical structures and the chemical properties by IR spectroscopy.

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A high-throughput microcultivation protocol for FTIR spectroscopic characterization and identification of fungi

Date: Aug 2, 2010

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A protocol was presented for the high-throughput microcultivation and spectral characterization of fungi by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and applied to the study of 11 species in a total five different fungal genera.

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Space balls

Date: Aug 1, 2010

Author: David Bradley

Infrared spectroscopic data from the planetary nebula Tc 1 in the southern constellation Ara has now revealed convincing evidence that the fullerenes, C60 and C70, are present in large quantities in cosmic dust.

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Determination of water penetration and drug concentration profiles in HPMC-based matrix tablets by near infrared chemical imaging

Date: Jul 5, 2010

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Near infrared chemical imaging and chemometric data analysis were used to study hydration behaviors of prolonged release tablets, which contain a high solubility drug at high load and a hydrophilic polymer hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (HPMC).

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Life's molecules in outer space

Date: Jul 1, 2010

Author: David Bradley

An astronomical infrared study reveals one of the most complex organic molecules yet found in the interstellar medium - anthracene - offering possible new clues to the way the building blocks of life might have emerged.

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An FTIR study of the induction and release of kiwifruit buds from dormancy

Date: Jun 7, 2010

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FTIR spectrometry was used to provide an alternative mechanism for tracking metabolic changes in the meristems of kiwifruit buds during winter dormancy.

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Nano rice

Date: Jun 1, 2010

Author: David Bradley

Heating rice flour to 600 Celsius under a nitrogen atmosphere is not the usual way to cook it, but researchers in India have done just that. The product, rather than a bowl of light and fluffy grains is a plethora of nanoscopic carbon cubes and bricks, the team says

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Quantitative analysis of spatial proteoglycan content in articular cartilage with FTIRIS: Critical evaluation of analysis methods and specificity of the parameters

Date: May 3, 2010

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Current Fourier transform infrared imaging spectroscopy methods for the determination of depthwise proteoglycan content in articular cartilage were evaluated.

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All about crystal Eve

Date: May 1, 2010

Author: David Bradley

Scientists have reported the discovery of what may be the "ancestral Eve" crystal that billions of years ago gave life on Earth its curious and exclusive preference for so-called left-handed amino acids. Fourier transform IR spectroscopy and powder X-ray diffraction provide the evidence.

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Marvellous time for monitoring moonshine

Date: Apr 1, 2010

Author: David Bradley

A portable IR device that can quickly and easily determine the strength of alcoholic drinks proves more effective than laboratory-based FTIR spectroscopy. The device could be useful in law enforcement and in industry fraud.

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