Spectroscopy (magazine)

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Spectroscopy
Editor David Walsh
Categories Spectroscopy
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Advanstar Publishers
Year founded 1985
Country United States
Based in Iselin, New Jersey[1]
Language English
Website http://spectroscopyonline.findanalytichem.com/
ISSN 0887-6703

Spectroscopy is a trade magazine published since 1985 by the Advanstar Publishers.[2] Spectroscopy has an editorial goal to promote and support the use of spectroscopic instrumentation in applied research, environmental testing, quality control, and the life sciences.[3]

Spectroscopy covers many techniques from analytical chemistry to include: atomic absorption and emission (including plasma-based methods such as ICP and ICP-MS); ultraviolet spectroscopy, visible spectroscopy; infrared spectroscopy (including FT-IR and Near-infrared spectroscopy; fluorescence, phosphorescence, and luminescence; Raman spectroscopy and FT-Raman; X-ray (XRF, XRD, and microanalysis); mass spectrometry; magnetic resonance (NMR, EPR, MRI); surface analysis (ESCA, SIMS, Auger); and laser-based spectroscopic techniques.

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