|Author||: Andrei A. Bunaciu,Hassan Y. Aboul-Enein,Vu Dang Hoang|
|Release Date||: 2020-07-26|
|ISBN 10||: 0128188286|
|Pages||: 268 pages|
Vibrational Spectroscopy Applications in Biomedical, Pharmaceutical and Food Sciences synthesizes the latest research on the applications of vibrational spectroscopy in biomedical, pharmaceutical and food analysis. Suitable for graduate-level students as well as experienced researchers in academia and industry, this book is organized into five distinct sections. The first deals with the fundamentals of vibrational spectroscopy, with the second presenting the most important sampling methodology used for infrared and Raman spectroscopy in various fields of interest. Since spectroscopy is the study of the interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter, this section deals with the characteristics, properties and absorption of electromagnetic radiation. Final sections describe the analytical studies performed all over the world in biomedical, pharmaceutical and in the food sciences. Presents a critical discussion of many of the applications of vibrational spectroscopy Covers details of the analytical methodologies used in pharmaceutical and biomedical applications Discusses the latest developments in pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis of both small and large molecules
|Author||: Slobodan Sasic,Yukihiro Ozaki|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2011-09-14|
|ISBN 10||: 1118058259|
|Pages||: 312 pages|
An all-inclusive guide on the analytical methods of Raman, infrared, and near-infrared chemical imaging An underutilized technology, chemical imaging through Raman, infrared (IR), and near-infrared (NIR) is beginning to gain recognition for its non-destructive method of permitting visualization of spatially resolved chemical information. This type of analysis is triggering a groundswell of demand as manufactured materials become more complex and the need for greater scrutiny and less damaging research practices is at a premium. Concentrating on the applications of chemical imaging, this book presents a thorough background on the theory, software, and hardware employed in this analytical technique. With full examination of this rapidly growing field, this book: Combines many different aspects and applications into one comprehensive volume Discusses how chemical imaging techniques have expanded greatly in terms of instruments and applications, but have lagged in general awareness among scientists and industries that would benefit the most from them Describes chemical imaging uses in key areas—biomedical, pharmaceutical, food, and polymer research Has chapters that outline hardware and instrumentation for the different methods of chemical imaging Encapsulating analytic methods without complicating the subject matter, this book shows where chemical imaging has been successfully applied, inspiring researchers to cultivate the exciting capabilities rooted within this powerful and multifaceted technology.
|Author||: Eunice Li-Chan,John Chalmers,Peter Griffiths|
|Publisher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Release Date||: 2011-01-18|
|ISBN 10||: 0470742992|
|Pages||: 872 pages|
Bringing several disparate aspects of food science and analysis together in one place, Applications of Vibrational Spectroscopy to Food Science provides a comprehensive, state-of the-art text presenting the fundamentals of the methodology, as well as underlying current areas of research in food science analysis. All of the major spectroscopic techniques are also covered – showing how each one can be used beneficially and in a complementary approach for certain applications. Case studies illustrate the many applications in vibrational spectroscopy to the analysis of foodstuffs.
A rapidly growing field, vibrational spectroscopy has found applications in industries including pharmaceutical manufacture, food and drug safety, and process monitoring on production lines. In particular, interest in clinical spectroscopy is rising rapidly as researchers recognize the potential of the vibrational spectroscopic techniques—Infrared (IR) and Raman Spectroscopy—as noninvasive tissue diagnosis tools. However, the details of the characteristic peak frequencies and their relationship to specific functional groups present in the biological tissues have not been fully understood. Vibrational Spectroscopy for Tissue Analysis introduces IR and Raman Spectroscopy to those scientists who are either using these spectroscopic techniques to address clinical problems or planning to use spectroscopy to analyze clinical tissues and understand their chemical composition. By compiling the interpretations and understandings of the spectral peaks of the biological molecules in one place, this book aids in the understanding of IR and Raman Spectroscopy, and what these techniques can offer both in early diagnosis of the disease and monitoring of the progression of the disease. Despite the tremendous advances in the field of spectroscopy, where new applications are emerging at the pace of development, there are still areas of research that are crying for further exploration. This book bridges the gap between the spectroscopic research and medical applications.
|Author||: Feride Severcan,Parvez I. Haris|
|Publisher||: IOS Press|
|Release Date||: 2012|
|ISBN 10||: 1614990581|
|Pages||: 421 pages|
In recent years there has been a tremendous growth in the use of vibrational spectroscopic methods for diagnosis and screening. These applications range from diagnosis of disease states in humans, such as cancer, to rapid identification and screening of microorganisms. The growth in such types of studies has been possible thanks to advances in instrumentation and associated computational and mathematical tools for data processing and analysis. This volume of Advances in Biomedical Spectroscopy contains chapters from leading experts who discuss the latest advances in the application of Fourier transform infrared (FTIR), Near infrared (NIR), Terahertz and Raman spectroscopy for diagnosis and screening in fields ranging from medicine, dentistry, forensics and aquatic science. Many of the chapters provide information on sample preparation, data acquisition and data interpretation that would be particularly valuable for new users of these techniques including established scientists and graduate students in both academia and industry.
This second edition of the successful reference work has been updated and revised with approximately 30% new content to reflect the numerous instrumental developments and improvements, as well as the significant expansion of this rapidly developing field. For example, the combination of IR imaging with AFM has enhanced the achievable lateral resolution by an order of magnitude down to a few hundred nanometers, thus launching a multiplicity of new applications in material science. Furthermore, Raman and IR spectroscopic imaging have become key technologies for the life sciences and today contribute tremendously to a better and more detailed understanding of numerous biological and medical research topics. The topical structure of this new edition is now subdivided into four parts. The first treats the fundamentals of the instrumentation for infrared and Raman imaging and mapping and an overview on the chemometric tools for image analysis. The second part describes a wide variety of applications ranging from biomedical via food, agriculture and plants to polymers and pharmaceuticals. This is followed by a description of imaging techniques operating beyond the diffraction limit, while the final part covers special methodical developments and their utility in specific fields. With its many valuable practical tips, this is a must-have overview for researchers in academic and industrial laboratories wishing to obtain reliable results with this method.
|Author||: Hans-Ulrich Gremlich,Bing Yan|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2000-09-25|
|ISBN 10||: 9780824704094|
|Pages||: 600 pages|
Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy of Biological Materials facilitates a comprehensive and through understanding of the latest developments in vibrational spectroscopy. It contains explains key breakthroughs in the methodologies and techniques for infrared, near-infrared, and Raman spectroscopy. Topics include qualitative and quantitative analysis, biomedical applications, vibrational studies of enzymatic catalysis, and chemometrics.
Fast, inexpensive, and easy-to-use, near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy can be used to analyze small samples of virtually any composition. The Handbook of Near Infrared Analysis, Third Edition explains how to perform accurate as well as time- and cost-effective analyses across a growing spectrum of disciplines. Presenting nearly 50% new and revised material, this thoroughly updated edition incorporates the latest advances in instrumentation, computerization, calibration, and method development in NIR spectroscopy. The book underscores current trends in sample preparation, calibration transfer, process control, data analysis, and commercial NIR instrumentation. New chapters highlight novel applications including the analysis of agro-forestry products, polymers, blood, and control serum. They also cover NIR spectra, process analytical technologies (PAT), quantitative and qualitative analyses for nutraceuticals, NIR photography uses in medicine, and counterfeit detection methods for pharmaceuticals and currency. Offering the most complete single-source guide of its kind, the Handbook of Near Infrared Analysis, Third Edition continues to offer practicing chemists and spectroscopists an unparalleled combination of theoretical foundations, cutting-edge applications, and practical experience provided firsthand by more than 60 experts in the field.
|Author||: Don E. Pivonka,John M. Chalmers,Peter R. Griffiths|
|Release Date||: 2007-05-07|
|ISBN 10||: 9780470870877|
|Pages||: 384 pages|
Although vibrational spectroscopy is a critical technology within the pharmaceutical industry, currently the literature regarding its applications in the field is fragmented. At present there is no single volume that brings together the diverse aspects of vibrational spectroscopy at a level that will provide value to the dedicated spectroscopist as well as to the synthetic, development and medicinal based chemists, alike. This volume aims to present key themes, established and emerging, within current research as well as presenting detailed contributions on the instrumentation, methodology, data treatment, and applications associated within this area of research. It will provide a consolidated "road map" to the practice of this science within the industry.
|Author||: Donald A. Burns,Emil W. Ciurczak|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2001-06-28|
|ISBN 10||: 9781420002577|
|Pages||: 814 pages|
With contributions from over 40 experts in the field, this reference presents comprehensive, single-source coverage of the instrumentation, computerization, calibration, and methods development of NIR spectroscopy. It provides novel applications for accurate time- and cost-effective analyses of pharmaceuticals, polymers, textiles, agricultural products, dairy products, foods, and beverages. Emphasizing trends in sample preparation, the book covers historical development, calibration transfer, biomedical applications, plastics, and counterfeiting; on-line, in-line, and at-line analyses for process control, multilinear regression and principal component analysis, and more.
|Author||: Gokulakrishnan Srinivasan|
|Publisher||: McGraw Hill Professional|
|Release Date||: 2010-06-05|
|ISBN 10||: 0071597085|
|Pages||: 384 pages|
The latest advances in vibrational spectroscopic biomedical imaging Written by expert spectroscopists, Vibrational Spectroscopic Imaging for Biomedical Applications discusses recent progress in the field in areas such as instrumentation, detector technology, novel modes of data collection, data analysis, and various biomedical applications. This full-color volume covers various IR imaging techniques, including transmission reflection, transflection, and attenuated total reflection (ATR) imaging, and Raman imaging. The efficient use of vibrational spectroscopy in clinical applications is emphasized in this state-of-the-art guide. Coverage includes: Automated breast histopathology using mid-IR spectroscopic imaging Synchrotron-based FTIR spectromicroscopy and imaging of single algai cells and cartilage Preparation of tissues and cells for infrared and Raman spectroscopy and imaging Evanescent wave imaging sFTIR, Raman, and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopic imaging of fungal cells Widefield Raman imaging of cells and tissues Resonance Raman imaging and quantification of carotenoid antioxidants in the human retina and skin Raman microscopy for biomedical applications--efficient diagnosis of tissues, cells, and bacteria The current sate of Raman imaging in clinical application Vibrational spectroscopic imaging of microscopic stress patterns in biomedical materials Tissue imaging with coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering microscopy