Open Access Medical Books



Edited by Muhammad Akhyar Farrukh .

548 pages .
Open Access .
ISBN 978-953-51-0715-6 .

Spectroscopy is the interpretation of spectra of absorption and emission of electromagnetic radiation due to the interaction between matter and energy that energy depends on the specific wavelength of electromagnetic radiation. 
Spectroscopy has proven invaluable research tool in a number of areas including chemistry, physics, biology, medicine, and ecology. Lasers have unlimited application potential and this book will help researchers and scientists to get potential new applications of spectroscopy. The research field is quite large, but the goal of this book to cover maximum advanced areas like atomic spectroscopy, laser spectroscopy, molecular spectroscopy, nanostructure spectroscopy, physical, and organic spectroscopy.
The book would have keen attention of PhD students, medical researchers, industrial researchers, molecular scientists, biologists, ecologists, physicists and material scientists who will find innovative original research and reports on experimentation, new spectroscopic techniques & instrumentation, and application of spectroscopy.
Common spectroscopic techniques like UV-Visible, Atomic Absorption, Flame Emission, Molecular Fluorescence, Phosphorescence, Infrared, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Mass, and Electron are being used to study the qualitative as well as quantitative analysis of samples. However, the spectroscopic field is growing day-by-day and scientists are exploring new areas in this field by introducing new techniques. The main purpose of this book is to highlight new spectroscopic techniques like Magnetic Induction Spectroscopy, Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy, X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, Low Energy Electron Loss Spectroscopy, Micro- to Macro-Raman Spectroscopy, Liquid-Immersion Raman Spectroscopy, High-Resolution Magic Angle Spinning (HR-MAS) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy, Injection and Optical Spectroscopy, and Nano Spectroscopy etc. This book is divided into five sections including General Spectroscopy, Advanced Spectroscopy, Nano Spectroscopy, Organic Spectroscopy, and Physical Spectroscopy which cover topics from basic to advanced levels which will provide a good source of learning for teaching and research purposes.

Muhammad Akhyar Farrukh
Department of Chemistry
GC University Lahore


Section 1 General Spectroscopy .

 1 Electronic (Absorption) Spectra of3d Transition Metal Complexes 3 S. Lakshmi Reddy, Tamio Endo and G. Siva Reddy

 2 Application of FTIR Spectroscopy in Environmental Studies 49 Claudia Maria Simonescu

 3 The Use of the Spectrometric Technique FTIR-ATR to Examine the Polymers Surface 85 Wieslawa Urbaniak-Domagala

Section 2 Advanced Spectroscopy .

 4 Use of Magnetic Induction Spectroscopy in the Characterization of the Impedance of the Material with Biological Characteristics 107 Jesús Rodarte Dávila, Jenaro C. Paz Gutierrez and Ricardo Perez Blanco

 5 Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy 131 Taesam Kim and Chhiu-Tsu Lin

 6 X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy for Characterization of Engineered Elastomer Surfaces 165 Lidia Martínez, Elisa Román and Roman Nevshupa

 7 Non-Destructive Surface Analysis by Low Energy Electron Loss Spectroscopy 195 Vitaliy Tinkov

 8 From Micro– to Macro–Raman Spectroscopy: Solar Silicon for a Case Study 221 George Sarau, Arne Bochmann, Renata Lewandowska and Silke Christiansen

 9 Stress Measurements in Si and SiGe by Liquid-Immersion Raman Spectroscopy 247 Daisuke Kosemura, Motohiro Tomita, Koji Usuda and Atsushi Ogura

 10 HR-MAS NMR Spectroscopy in Material Science 279 Todd M. Alam and Janelle E. Jenkins

Section 3 Nano Spectroscopy .

 11 Spectroscopic Analyses of Nano-Dispersion Strengthened Transient Liquid Phase Bonds 309 Kavian Cooke

 12 Photo-Catalytic Degradation of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) over Titanium Dioxide Thin Film 341 Wenjun Liang, Jian Li and Hong He

 13 Superparamagnetic Behaviour and Induced Ferrimagnetism of LaFeO3 Nanoparticles Prepared by a Hot-Soap Technique 373 Tatsuo Fujii, Ikko Matsusue and Jun Takada

Section 4 Organic Spectroscopy .

 14 Phenotiazinium Dyes as Photosensitizers (PS) in Photodynamic Therapy (PDT): Spectroscopic Properties and Photochemical Mechanisms 393 Leonardo M. Moreira, Juliana P. Lyon, Ana Paula Romani, Divinomar Severino, Maira Regina Rodrigues and Hueder P. M. de Oliveira

 15 Novel Fischer’s Base Analogous of Leuco-TAM and TAM+ Dyes – Synthesis and Spectroscopic Characterization 423 Sam-Rok Keum, So-Young Ma and Se-Jung Roh

Section 5 Physical Spectroscopy .

 16 Atomic and Molecular Low-n Rydberg States in Near Critical Point Fluids 451 Luxi Li, Xianbo Shi, Cherice M. Evans and Gary L. Findley

 17 Mathematical Methods to Analyze Spectroscopic Data – New Applications 483 E.S. Estracanholli, G. Nicolodelli, S. Pratavieira, C. Kurachi and V.S. Bagnato

 18 Injection and Optical Spectroscopy of Localized States in II-VI Semiconductor Films 499 Denys Kurbatov, Anatoliy Opanasyuk and Halyna Khlyap .

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