X-ray Spectrometry News
The Gordon F. Kirkbright and Edward Steers awards are seeking nominations.
The first local managing director for Shimadzu Denmark, Joachim Holm, has been appointed.
As an industry partner, HORIBA will co-create, support and mentor a four-year research project to explore how spectroscopy can help drive new methods of cell screening and disease diagnosis based on animal-free research.
A collaborative team of researchers combined a single-cell ICP-MS with XAFS to get a detailed picture of the interaction between precious metals and Galdieria sulphuraria cells.
An international team of researchers has developed a procedure allowing them to reproduce the double peak feature of x-ray emission spectroscopy (XES) spectra in liquid water.
Dr Christoph Mätzig, who is moving within the AMETEK Group and has taken over the management of the Ultra Precision Technologies division, will be succeeded by Michael Privik.
In situ Raman and X-ray absorption spectroscopy can track the dynamic catalytic processes, capture the short-lived intermediates and reveal reactive sites.
A new X-ray technique developed at Cornell offers an unprecedented look at the elaborate inner workings of batteries while they are in use, and is already yielding important findings for the development of next-generation energy storage.
In a study that used inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry to mimic respiratory droplets that can carry viruses, researchers demonstrated a mechanism that enables multiple mask materials to be protective.
As a UvA professor, she will focus primarily on the application of molecular spectroscopy for the study of historic paints and their degradation.
The New York/New Jersey Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy are seeking nominations for their 2022 Gold Medal Award.
For the first time, researchers have studied the behaviour of a catalyst for water electrolysis at the atomic level.
Shimadzu has appointed Jürgen Semmler as the new Managing Director of its European organisation. He previously headed Shimadzu Deutschland since its foundation in 2006.
Using portable X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectroscopy, researchers have discovered that a glass panel at Canterbury Cathedral, UK, contained within a series of windows depicting the Ancestors of Christ, was much older than originally thought, with glass dating back to 1130–1160.
An international team of researchers has demonstrated a new concept for the generation of intense extreme-ultraviolet radiation by high-harmonic generation which enables a much smaller footprint.
Work at the Diamond synchrotron has found a way to help reduce false-negative results in lateral flow tests by a simple modification.
An international team of researchers has discovered elemental metallic copper and iron in the human brain for the first time.
Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science has opened a new 4118 m2, high-tech manufacturing facility in Shanghai, China.
The Talbot effect has been used to create an interference pattern with hard X-ray beams at a sub-nanometre wavelength (0.17 nm) enabling the study of nanoscale transport phenomena.
Battery electrodes, storage devices for gases and some catalyst materials have tiny functional pores that can accommodate atoms, ions and molecules. Anomalous small-angle X-ray scattering and X-ray absorption near-edge structure spectroscopy can show how the pores fill.