THE INTERNET JOURNAL OF VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY

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  • Volume 6, Edition 3 :  This edition features "FT-NIR Spectroscopy in the Ink and Paint Industry", "Infrared & Raman Spectra of solids. Why are they different from solutions?" and "How FTIR works III".
  • Volume 6, Edition 2 :  This edition features "IR cell reactors for in situ studies", "How FTIR works II" and "Spotlight - Perkin Elmer's NEW Mid Infrared Microscope Imaging System".
  • Volume 6, Edition 1 : This edition features "The methane water clathrate compound – treasures of the deep or an ecological timebomb?" and "A Short History of the Perkin-Elmer Model 137 'Infracord' (and its progeny)"
  • Volume 5, Edition 6 :  This edition features Raman Spectroscopy in Archaeology and Art History
  • Volume 5, Edition 5 : This edition features "How does FTIR work?"
  • Volume 5, Edition 4 : This edition features Raman spectra of gases
  • Volume 5, Edition 3 : This edition features gases.
  • Volume 5, Edition 2 : This edition covers basic physics of Infrared Emission Spectroscopy; Recording Emission Spectra. Plus "Thoughts on Catalysis & the use of IR and Raman in it's study".
  • Volume 5, Edition 1 : "Is that band weak or very weak?" and "Polarised light in the mid infrared".
  • Volume 4, Edition 3 : "The problem of sample heating in F-T Raman Spectroscopy" and "Infrared Spectra of Solids - the Mull Technique".
  • Volume 4, Edition 2 : A Special Edition featuring SERS
  • Volume 4, Edition 1 : "Grinding and Polishing Infrared Optical Windows" and "Practical considerations for FT-IR measurements in solid phase synthesis"
  • Volume 3, Edition 6 : A belated festive and Millennium issue.
  • Volume 3, Edition 5 : A Memorial to the late Dr Bob Jakobsen and featuring bio applications of vibrational spectroscopy.
  • Volume 3, Edition 4 : "Non-destructive identification of minerals by Raman microscopy", "Formatting Spectra", "Infrared Emission Spectroscopy and its application for the characterisation of textile fibres".
  • Volume 3, Edition 3 : "A database of inelastic neutron scattering spectra", "The identification of pigments in paper coatings by infraredspectroscopy", "The evolution of diamond ATR microsampling".
  • Volume 3, Edition 2 : Features combinatorial chemistry.
  • Volume 3, Edition 1 : Features a Review on the use of FTIR in naturally occuring materials.
  • Volume 2, Edition 4 : Features infrared microscopy and includes a description of Perkin Elmer's new spectrometer - Spectrum One.
  • Volume 2, Edition 3 : Features molecular vibrations and Raman spectroscopy.
  • Volume 2, Edition 2 : Features ATR.
  • Volume 2, Edition 1 : Features Innelastic Neutron Scattering.
  • Volume 1, Edition 5 : Features Reflection spectroscopy.
  • Volume 1, Edition 4 : Features reflection techniques and mini review on surface enhanced Raman scattering.
  • Volume 1, Edition 3 : Features atmosphere and its infrared absorption, methods of solving atmospheric interference and a description of a very novel Raman spectrometer.
  • Volume 1, Edition 2 : Features atmosphere and its infrared absorption.
  • Volume 1, Edition 1 : Features sampling

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