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study of trace contaminant identification by microwave double resonance spectroscopy
Richard J. Volpicelli
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|Statement||by Richard J. Volpicelli, Otto L. Stiefvater, and George W. Flynn.|
|Series||NASA contractor report,, NASA CR-967|
|Contributions||Stiefvater, Otto L., joint author., Flynn, George W., joint author., Research Systems, inc., Langley Research Center.|
|LC Classifications||TL521 .3.C6A3 no. 967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 97 p.|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||68061571|
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search consisted of three parts: The proposed re- 1. The development and construction of a double resonance microwave spectrometer. The determination of the optimal experimental conditions for observ. A study of trace contaminant identification by microwave double resonance spectroscopy, Author: Richard J Volpicelli ; Otto L Stiefvater ; George W Flynn ; Research Systems, Inc.
; Langley Research Center. Trace contaminant identification using microwave double resonance spectroscop Topics: PHYSICS, ATOMIC, MOLECULAR, AND NUCLEAR Year: Double Resonance Spectroscopy for Remote Sensing of Trace Molecular Gases collisional physics in the microwave/microwave and infrared/millimeter wave regions [1 - 7].
Although wavelength- Keywords: Double Resonance Spectroscopy, Chemical Remote Sensing, Trace Gas Detection. microwave double resonance spectroscopy (AMDOR),10 microwave spectral taxonomy,14 and pattern recognition methods were extensively used.
Several. A new method for highly selective remote sensing of atmospheric trace polar molecular gases is described. Based on infrared/terahertz double resonance spectroscopic techniques, the molecule-specific coincidence between the lines of a CO 2 laser and rotational-vibrational molecular.
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Thus microwave-optical double resonance (MODR) uses optical (say. Rotational Resonance (FT-MRR) Spectroscopy The simplicity of FTIR, the power of Mass Spec Direct Analysis of Complex Mixtures Impurities in gases, Environmental analysis, Semicon processes Reprogrammable Sensors for Multispecies Monitoring Residual solvent analysis, Genotoxicity testing, Environmental Monitoring.
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. and 15 mW microwave power at 12 K. Trace 2 shows the Fe protein in the presence of MgATP ( mM) under the same spectra conditions as trace.
This manuscript presents the results of the International Measurement Evaluation Programme 40 (IMEP) study, a proficiency test (PT) which was organised to assess the worldwide performance of laboratories for the determination of trace elements in seawater.
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Complete classes of compounds can be rapidly excluded during the interpretation by the use of no-band information. It must be understood that this article addresses. A variety of frequency-modulation methods for high-sensitivity absorption detection of gas-phase species has evolved in recent years.
The distinctions among these methods are mostly semantic. The mathematical derivations for wavelength-modulation spectroscopy and one- and two-tone frequency-modulation spectroscopies are presented; a common terminology is used to permit a comprehensive.
This chapter reviews the recent progress made in the use of trapped ions for study of trace contaminant identification by microwave double resonance spectroscopy book, quantum optics, and frequency standards. It is clear that techniques using trapped ions are complementary to other spectroscopic techniques, offering significant advantages under some circumstances, but Cited by: Present and Future Challenges in Food Analysis: Foodomics The state-of-the-art of food analysis at the beginning of the 21st century is presented in this work, together with its major applications, current limitations, and present and foreseen challenges.
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Although mass spectroscopy is a powerful technique, it is burdened with slow turnaround (time needed to get an answer) and it can only identify compounds for which Author: Robin Felder.
The objective of the present study was to investigate trace metal levels of different varieties of fresh water fish using Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrophotometer after microwave digestion (MD-ICPMS). Fish samples were collected from Cited by: 5. Contents Double Bond Equivalents The Interaction of Electromagnetic Radiation with Molecules Instrumentation Chromophores Applications of UV Spectroscopy Selection Rules and the Beer-Lambert Law Instrumentation Characteristic Group Vibrations Selection Rules and Hooke's Law 1 4 7 8 10 19 24 26 27 Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is arguably the most powerful and versatile tool in modern science.
It has the capability to solve complex structures and interactions in situ even in complex heterogeneous multiphase samples such as soil, plants, and tissues.
NMR has vast potential in environmental research and can provide insight into a diverse range of environmental processes at the Cited by: Abstract. Consumer concerns and government regulations focused on the safety of foods dictate the need for analysis of various food contaminants, residues, and chemical constituents of compounds include pesticide residues, mycotoxins, antibiotic residues, GMOs, allergens, food adulterants, packaging material hazardous chemicals, environmental contaminants, and certain Cited by: 2.
Ultraviolet and Visible Spectroscopy Nature of Electronic Transitions Principles of Absorption Spectroscopy The molecular spectroscopy is the study of the interaction of electromagnetic waves and matter.
traveling through space is represented by a sinusoidal trace. Collections of articles on portable spectroscopy can be found in a recent special issue of Applied Spectroscopy, 2 the SPIE conference series “Next-Generation Spectroscopic Technologies,” 42 –46 and a series of general review articles on field spectroscopy in John Wiley’s Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry.
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Maeda et al. have used a method of optical-microwave double-resonance spectroscopy to study the highly excited Rydberg states of ytterbium.
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Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy is an extremely powerful and useful tool in performing experiments on the nuclei of atoms. NMR is defined by The American Heritage Dictionary as “The absorption of electromagnetic radiation of a specific frequency by an atomic nucleus that is placed in a strong magnetic field, used especially in spectroscopic studies of molecular structure and in.
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A., De Lucia, F. & Everitt, H. Infrared-terahertz double-resonance spectroscopy of CH 3 F and CH 3. Introduction. Although metallomics has become a well established field, there are only a few methods for measuring in situ cellular metal speciation. We have used high magnetic field (3 and 10 teslas) high microwave frequency (95– GHz) electron paramagnetic resonance (HFEPR) 3 spectroscopy to identify and measure Mn(II) species in intact cells of Deinococcus radiodurans, a Cited by: Residual traces of the metals copper and lead on an individual's skin may be elucidated by reaction of rubeanic acid with a gelatine lift taken from the target area in question, yielding intensely coloured reaction products.
This non-invasive technique has been Cited by: 3. “Together with ultraviolet/visible (UV/Vis), infrared (IR), and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, mass spectrometry (MS) is a key technology in the identification of unknown compounds” could be the opening sentence of an undergraduate course on the use of analytical techniques to identify unknown small organic by: This double resonance technique has now been adapted as a new means for remotely identifying the constituents of a trace gas cloud at distances up to 1 km.
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Microwave spectroscopy is a powerful tool for chemical sensing because it detects chemicals on the basis of their rotational transition spectra.
A molecule’s rotational transitions are directly related to its physical structure and can be predicted by quantum physics. Raman spectroscopy (/ ˈ r ɑː m ən /); (named after Indian physicist C. Raman) is a spectroscopic technique typically used to determine vibrational modes of molecules, although rotational and other low-frequency modes of systems may also be observed.
Raman spectroscopy is commonly used in chemistry to provide a structural fingerprint by which molecules can be identified. A nuclear magnetic resonance study of the dynamics of organofluorine interactions with a dissolved humic acid.
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Experiential learning is a must for most students, especially when dealing with analytical Size: KB. A widely used portable technique for rapid identification of unknown compounds is Raman spectroscopy. This article covers the two most common mathematical representations used with handheld Raman spectroscopy as decision making tools for spectroscopic data, which are Hit Quality Index (HQI) and significance level (p-value).Author: B&W Tek.
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1c is due to an alignment of discrete states. The other traces are measured while applying a. Atomic absorption spectroscopy is now a well-established technique for the determination of trace elements covering a wide range of analyte types. The early theory and instrumentation chapters incorporate recent trends in instrumental design and methodology, in particular those associated with electrothermal techniques and background correction.The chemical constituents of plants are complicated, and monomeric compounds must be obtained via extraction and isolation before structure identification, bioactivity screening, and so on.
In recent years, the new technologies and methods of the extraction, isolation, and structural identification have come forth, which promote the speed of extraction and analysis of : Weisheng Feng, Meng Li, Zhiyou Hao, Jingke Zhang.The objective of the present study was to investigate trace metal levels of different varieties of fresh water fish using Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrophotometer after microwave digestion (MD-ICPMS).
Fish samples were collected from the outlets of twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad. The trace metal content in different varieties of analyzed fish were ranged from to Cited by: 5.