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61. Reliability of Ion Mobility Spectrometry for Qualitative Analysis of Complex, Multicomponent Illicit Drug Samples
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 3/20/2011
Authors: Jennifer R Verkouteren, Jessica L Staymates
Abstract: Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) has been used for trace analysis of illicit drugs, but it can also provide reliable qualitative analysis of bulk forensic drug items, despite the complexity of these samples. The drug/drug and drug/excipient combinati ...

62. Reorientation of Tetradecylmethylviologen on Gold Upon Co-Adsorption of Decanethiol and its Medition of Electron Transfer to Nitrate Reductase
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 11/9/1999
Authors: Vytautas Reipa, S L Yeh, H G Monbouquette, V L. Vilker
Abstract: Decanethiol was coadsorbed with tetradecylmethyl viologen (C^d14^MV; 1-Methyl-1 -tetradecyl-4,4 -bipyridinium chloride) on gold electrodes in order to improve stability of C^d14^MV as an electrochemical mediator for coupling to nitrate reductase enzy ...

63. Scaling Factors and Uncertainties for ab Initio Anharmonic Vibrational Frequencies
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 8/21/2009
Authors: Russell D Johnson III, Karl K Irikura, Raghu N Kacker, Ruediger Kessel
Abstract: To predict the vibrational spectra of molecules, ab initio calculations are often used to compute harmonic frequencies, which are usually scaled by empirical factors as an approximate correction for errors in the force constants and for anharmonic ef ...

64. Semi-Classical Line Shape Models of Rovibrational H2O Spectra Tested Using Frequency-Stabilized Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 6/20/2008
Authors: Joseph Terence Hodges, Daniel Lisak, R. Ciurylo
Abstract: In this work we present a brief review of recent results for water line shapes obtained by means of the frequency stabilized cavity ring-down spectroscopy (FS-CRDS) technique. We demonstrate its ability to enable precise spectroscopic measurements o ...

65. Silicon-based Molecular Electronics in the Post-Hype Era
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 4/8/2011
Author: Christina Ann Hacker

66. Single-Mode Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy for Line Shape Measurements
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 12/1/1999
Authors: J P. Looney, Roger D van Zee, Joseph Terence Hodges

67. Spectroscopic Line Parameters of Water Vapor for Rotation-Vibration Transitions near 7180 cm^(-1)
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 5/13/2009
Authors: Daniel Lisak, Daniel K. Havey, Joseph Terence Hodges
Abstract: We present low uncertainty measurements of line parameters for fifteen rotation-vibration transitions of water vapor in the wave number range 7170.27 cm^(-1) to 7183.02 cm^(-1). These experiments incorporated frequency-stabilized cavity ring-down spe ...

68. Spectroscopic Real-Time Ellipsometry of Putidaredoxin Adsorption on Gold Electrodes
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 6/25/1997
Authors: Vytautas Reipa, Adolfas Kastytis Gaigalas, V L. Vilker

69. Spectrum Simulation in DTSA-II
Report Number: 832430
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 10/1/2009
Author: Nicholas W m Ritchie
Abstract: Spectrum simulation is a useful practical and pedagogical tool. Particularly with complex samples or trace constituents, a simulation can help to understand the limits of the technique and how to optimize the tools for the optimal measurement. DTSA- ...

70. Standard Photoacoustic Spectrometer: Model and Validation using O2 A-Band Spectra
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 6/30/2010
Authors: Keith A Gillis, Daniel K. Havey, Joseph Terence Hodges
Abstract: We model and measure the absolute response of an intensity-modulated photoacoustic spectrometer comprising a 10 cm long resonator and having a {I}Q{/I}-factor of approximately 30. We present a detailed theoretical analysis of the system and predict ...

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