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New Technology for IR and Raman Spectral Identification

This webinar will introduce the latest technology for identifying unknown IR and Raman spectra and the advantages it has over traditional tools like spectral search software and other spectral analysis tools. Real spectral samples including complex mixtures will be used during the webinar to demonstrate the technology.

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Speciation Analysis of Manganese Dissolution in
Li-Ion Batteries

Manganese-based LIBs are environmentally friendly, have a good safety record, and can be produced at a lower cost than other metal-based LIBs; however, they have a shorter lifetime. One reported cause of lifetime loss is the dissolution of manganese from the cathode into the electrolyte during cycling. This presentation will discuss the analysis of cycled anode material and the separation of different degradation products.

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Celebrating 10 Years of Orbitrap MS

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2015 sees the celebration of 10 years of Orbitrap mass spectrometry. Research and knowledge of its technology and applications feature in many of Wiley’s key mass spectrometry journals, books and reference works. Here we make freely available to you these key orbitrap-related contributions written by leading global authors, so that you can learn how scientists and researchers are solving some of today's toughest analytical challenges using Orbitrap's innovative technology...

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Microbial hydrogen: Multi-omics explains

David Bradley

Nov 15, 2015

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Genome-scale transcript and protein profiling suggest a new hypothesis on the metabolic relationship between oxygenic photosynthesis and nitrogenase-mediated hydrogen production in the ubiquitous oceanic cyanobacterium (blue-green alga), Cyanothece 51142 pointing the way to a previously unknown source of hydrogen that could be renewable and sustainable.

Superhot, superfast: Laser heating

David Bradley

Nov 15, 2015

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Lasers could heat materials to temperatures hotter than the centre of the Sun - 10 million Celsius - in only 20 femtoseconds, according to new research from Imperial College London.

A new spin on NMR: Rotor redesigned

David Bradley

Nov 15, 2015

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A new rotor design for magic-angle spinning (MAS) NMR experiments allows spectroscopists to carry out studies under more industrially relevant conditions than before, according to work from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington, USA.

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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.

In this tutorial Dr Gary M Hieftje from Indiana University takes us right back to the grass roots of atomic spectroscopy making it ideal reading for either the graduate or anyone wishing learn more about this important branch of analytical chemistry.

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.

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X-Ray Spectrometry is devoted to the rapid publication of papers dealing with the theory and application of x-ray spectrometry using electron, x-ray photon, proton, γ and γ-x sources.

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There is water on Mars, beneath the surface

Steve Down

Sep 28, 2015

Scientists have confirmed that water exists on Mars, flowing under the surface in a pattern that increases during the warm season and decreases in cooler times.

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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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