Handbook of Spectroscopy

Handbook of Spectroscopy

Editor(s): Guenter Gauglitz, Tuan Vo-Dinh

Published Online: 28 JAN 2005

Print ISBN: 9783527297825

Online ISBN: 9783527602308

DOI: 10.1002/3527602305

About this Book

This handbook provides a straightforward introduction to spectroscopy, showing what it can do and how it does it, together with a clear, integrated and objective account of the wealth of information that can be derived from spectra. The sequence of chapters covers a wide range of the electromagnetic spectrum, and the physical processes involved, from nuclear phenomena to molecular rotation processes.

- A day-by-day laboratory guide: its design based on practical knowledge of spectroscopists at universities, industries and research institutes
- A well-structured information source containing methods and applications sections framed by sections on general topics
- Guides users to a decision about which spectroscopic method and which instrumentation will be the most appropriate to solve their own practical problem
- Rapid access to essential information
- Correct analysis of a huge number of measured spectra data and smart use of such information sources as databases and spectra libraries



Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Sample Preparation and Sample Pretreatment

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  2. Part II: Methods 1: Optical Spectroscopy

    1. Chapter 6

      Applications (pages 89–168)

      Dr. Valdas Sablinskas, Dr. Gerald Steiner and Dr. Martin Hof

  3. Part III: Methods 2: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

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    2. Chapter 8

      Solution NMR Spectroscopy (pages 209–268)

      Dr. Gary E. Martin, Dr. Chad E. Hadden and Dr. David J. Russell

    3. Chapter 9

      Solid-State NMR (pages 269–326)

      Steven P. Brown and Dr. Lyndon Emsley

  4. Part IV: Methods 3: Mass Spectrometry

    1. Chapter 10

      Mass Spectrometry (pages 327–362)

      Prof. Dr. Michael Przybylski, Dr. Wolfgang Weinmann and Dr. Thilo A. Fligge

  5. Part V: Methods 4: Elemental Analysis

  6. Part VI: Methods 5: Surface Analysis Techniques

    1. Chapter 13

      Surface Analysis Techniques (pages 497–599)

      Dr. A. Macková, Dr. S. A. Morton, Dr. C. G. H. Walker and Prof. Dr. K. Volka

  7. Part VII: Applications 1: Bioanalysis

    1. Chapter 14

      Bioanalysis (pages 1–147)

      Dr. Willem M. Albers, Dr. Arto Annila, Dr. Nicholas J. Goddard, Prof. Dr. Gabor Patonay and Prof. Dr. Erkki Soini

  8. Part VIII: Applications 2: Environmental Analysis

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  9. Part IX: Application 3: Process Control

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  10. Part X: Hyphenated Techniques

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  11. Part XI: General Data Treatment: Data Bases/Spectral Libaries

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    2. Chapter 22

      Optical Spectroscopy (pages 441–468)

      Dr. Steffen Thiele and Prof. Dr. Reiner Salzer

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