The Raman spectroscopy channel covers research into all aspects of this non-destructive technique including surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS), and related applications such as drug detection, forensics, environmental analysis, art and archaeology research, food quality analysis, homeland security, cancer research and material science.
Raman spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction measurements have worked together with first-principles calculations to examine the high-pressure structural behaviour of magnesium chloride, a well known de-icing compound, at a million atmospheres.Read More
The 2016 free sample issues of all our Analytical Chemistry journals are now available!Read More
Ten seconds here could save you months in the lab by using Wiley's Compound Search tool. Check the database coverage now... it's free! We understand that you don't have time to wade through thousands of results. Compound Search's sole purpose is to tell you whether a compound appears in a specific database so that you'll know whether that database meets your needs. To speed this up, we provide exact structure matches only.Read More
Oct 12, 2016
This work presents the results of the study of plasterwork decorations located on the stalactite vaults of the Hall of the Kings in the Alhambra (Granada, Spain) by means of Raman micro-spectroscopy.
Oct 3, 2016
A feasibility study has used inverse SORS to detect a very low Raman-active turbid sample inside a highly Raman-active diffusely scattering matrix, exemplifed by embedding chicken muscle tissue into solid paraffin blocks.
Oct 1, 2016
People with diabetes must monitor their blood glucose concentration so that they can take appropriate medication in a timely manner. This usually involves the use of a pin-prick test, which many people find painful and inconvenient. Now, contact lenses that use Raman spectroscopy to measure glucose in tears could offer a wearable and non-invasive testing alternative.View All Ezines
Nov 21, 2014
We are proud to announce a new series of educational webinars run in collaboration with Chromedia, COAST, and SciMind, a product of the American Chemical Society. These webinars will build into a must-have set of tutorial materials for the analytical scientist.
Written specially for spectroscopyNOW.com by Prof Javier Laserna at the University of Málaga.
The infrared spectrum is rich in information, and this article by John Coates, taken from the highly acclaimed Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry is intended to help the reader to extract the maximum information.View All Education Articles
The Journal of Raman Spectroscopy is an international journal dedicated to the publication of original research at the cutting edge of all areas of science and technology related to Raman spectroscopy. The journal seeks to be the central forum for documenting the evolution of the broadly-defined field of Raman spectroscopy that includes an increasing number of rapidly developing techniques and an ever-widening array of interdisciplinary applications.View All Journals
Raul Sutton, Keith Trueman, Christopher Moran
Oct 28, 2016
Robert H. Hill, Jr., David C. Finster
Jun 21, 2016
Evgeny Katz, Jan Halámek
Apr 20, 2016
Oct 21, 2016
Oct 20, 2016
Oct 19, 2016
Oct 6, 2016
Aug 19, 2016
Waters Corporation has welcomed chemist Sunghwan Kim from Kyungpook National University in South Korea to its Centers of Innovation Program.
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.