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The Special Series Spectroscopy E-book

Welcome to our latest special series e-book – miniature magazines containing some of our best articles on our most popular topics.

Inside, we look back on the past 10 years of spectroscopy breakthroughs – focusing on atomic spectrometry with George Chan, SERS with Duncan Graham, and lasers with Vassilia Zorba. 

Elsewhere in Features, Rachel Popelka-Filcoff explains how she’s developing novel methods and incorporating spectroscopic technology from various industries to analyze Indigenous Australian rock art and pigments; and Luis Rodriguez-Saona of Ohio State University discusses the spectroscopic techniques at the forefront of food analysis

In Upfront, find out why Roman buildings are so durable, how ATR-FTIR spectroscopy combined with machine learning can help detect early stage diabetic kidney disease, and how the combination of portable XRF, Raman spectroscopy and microscopy has shed new light on Stonehenge’s origin. 

In My View focuses on clinical Raman spectroscopy’s AI-enabled future, as well as microspectroscopy – is a lack of respect for microscopy holding back the microspectroscopy field? 

And finally, we Sit Down With Richard N. Zare. 


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