Handbook of Spectroscopy
2. Edition April 2014
1993 Pages, Hardcover
Clearly structured into 16 sections, this second, thoroughly revised, updated and enlarged edition provides an overview on spectroscopy, representing an accessible, authoritative guide on how best to apply currently available techniques to their specific applications.
This second, thoroughly revised, updated and enlarged edition 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 may be derived from spectra. It also features new chapters on spectroscopy in nano-dimensions, nano-optics, and polymer analysis.
Clearly structured into sixteen sections, it covers everything from spectroscopy in nanodimensions to medicinal applications, spanning a wide range of the electromagnetic spectrum and the physical processes involved, from nuclear phenomena to molecular rotation processes.
In addition, data tables provide a comparison of different methods in a standardized form, allowing readers to save valuable time in the decision process by avoiding wrong turns, and also help in selecting the instrumentation and performing the experiments.
These four volumes are a must-have companion for daily use in every lab.
SECTION I: SAMPLE PREPARATION AND SAMPLE PRETREATMENT
Preparation of Liquid and Solid Samples
Liquid and Solid Sample Collection
SECTION II: METHODS 1: OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY
Basics of Optical Spectroscopy
SECTION III: METHODS 2: NMR
An Introduction to Solution, Solid-State, and Imaging NMR Spectroscopy
Solution NMR Spectroscopy
Suspended-State NMR Spectroscopy (High-Resolution Magic Angle Spinning (HR-MAS) NMR Spectroscopy)
SECTION IV: METHODS 3: MASS SPECTROMETRY
Multiparametric Analysis of Mass Spectrometry-Based Proteome Profiling in Gestation-Related Diseases
Laser-Assisted Mass Spectrometry
SECTION V: METHODS 4: ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS
X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis
Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (AAS) and Atomic Emission Spectrometry (AES)
Inductively Coupled Plasma Spectrometry
Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (LA-ICPMS)
SECTION VI: METHODS 5: SURFACE ANALYSIS
Electron Probe Techniques
Ion/Neutral Probe Techniques
Photon Probe Techniques
SECTION VII: METHODS 6: SPECTROSCOPY IN NANO DIMENSIONS
Single Molecule Spectroscopy
Single-Molecule Interfacial Electron Transfer Dynamics
Scanning Near-Field Gap-Mode Microscopy
SECTION VIII: APPLICATIONS 1: BIOANALYSIS
Trends in Bioanalytical Spectroscopy
Quality Assessment of Spectroscopic Methods in Clinical Laboratories
UV-Vis and NIR Fluorescence Spectroscopy
Principles of Vibrational Spectroscopic Methods and their Application to Bioanalysis
Bioanalytical NMR Spectroscopy
Direct Optical Spectroscopy
SECTION IX: APPLICATIONS 2: POLYMER ANALYSIS
Surface Plasmon Spectroscopy Methods and Electrochemical Analysis
Applications of Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Imaging
Photon Correlation Spectroscopy Coupled with Field-Flow Fractionation for Polymer Analysis
Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy and Molecularly Imprinted Polymer (MIP) Sensors
SECTION X: APPLICATIONS 3: ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS
LC-MS in Environmental Analysis
Ion Attachment Mass Spectrometry for Environmental Analysis
SECTION XI: APPLICATIONS 4: PROCESS CONTROL
Process Control in Chemical Manufacturing
Process Control Using Spectroscopic Tools in Pharmaceutical Industry and Biotechnology
Applications of Optical Spectroscopy to Process Environments
Spectral Imaging in Quality and Process Control
Trends in Spectroscopic Techniques for Process Control
SECTION XII: APPLICATIONS 5: SPECTROSCOPY AT SURFACES
Optical Spectroscopy at Surfaces
NEXAFS Studies at Surfaces
The X-Ray Standing Wave Technique
Photonelectron Spectroscopy Applications to Materials Science
SECTION XIII: Applications 6: Nano-Optics
Miniaturized Optical Sensors for Medical Diagnostics
Tip-Enhanced Near-Field Optical Microscopy
Optical Waveguide Spectroscopy
SECTION XIV: HYPHENATED TECHNIQUES
Mass Spectral Detection
Atomic Spectral Detection
NMR as a Chromatography Detector
SECTION XV: GENERAL DATA TREATMENT: DATA BASES/SPECTRAL LIBRARIES
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Raman Spectroscopy Fundamentals
"...very comprehensive treatment of spectroscopy...highly recommended..."
"In general, I think this book will serve as an essential spectroscopy "encyclopedia" for experimentalists active in the field of spectroscopy or those who are planning to enter this area in an industrial as well as a university setting."
Angewandte Chemie IE
"...collections that seek comprehensiveness in spectroscopy, will find this a collection of practical and generally well-written articles on analytical techniques of spectroscopy."
"To sum up, this two-volume handbook provides comprehensive coverage on a variety of modern spectroscopic techniques... This is a suitable reference book for any practitioner in spectroscopic analysis, and we would recommend it for any scientific library."
Journal of the American Chemical Society
"...I am pleased to recommend the "Handbook of Spectroscopy "as an up-to-date, authoritative, comprehensive reference source providing rapid access to essential information for a wide audience involved in the research, teaching, learning, and practice of spectroscopic technologies both to newcomers as well as to advanced practitioners of the field and to academic, industrial, and technical libraries."
The Chemical Educator
"Research scientists, analytical scientists, environmental investigators, and industrial engineers, who are often confronted with the ever-increasing complexity of real-life sample analysis, will find a readily accessible source of information and authoritative guidance on how to best apply currently available spectroscopic techniques to their particular fields of interest and to their specific applications."
International Journal of Environmental and Analytical Chemistry
Dr. David S. Moore received the 2009 Los Alamos Fellows Prize for Leadership and is a Fellow of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (2011) and the American Physical Society (2004). He was also an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow (Essen 1993-94). Moore's research involves the use of nonlinear optical and ultrafast spectroscopies to understand the behavior of molecules under shock compression, the use of Raman, coherent Raman, and surface enhanced Raman methods for trace explosives detection and identification, the application of coherent control methods for condensed phase chemistry (explosive initiation) and explosives detection, and the development of remote stimulation methods to detect explosives via alternative signatures. He is presently a Research Scientist and Group Leader at Los Alamos, is author of more than 180 publications and seven book chapters, and is the holder of five patents