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The 20 most-read articles, columns, news, products and application notes in 2020.



  • Raman in the nuclear field
  • Software advances for 4D-Proteomics
  • Gold IS special: and needs special sampling
  • Remembering Bill George
  • GC-IMS breath test for COVID-19

  • SORS prevents waste of whisky
  • XRF of drug impurities to meet ICH Q3D
  • ICP-MS of macroelements in potable water 
  • Correct sampling of contaminated soil Part 2
  • Weights or measures for better calibration

  • Atomic spectroscopy of Stonehenge stones
  • UV/vis photochemistry database 
  • Correct sampling of contaminated soil
  • Spectroscopic data processing automation

  • Gamma spectroscopy without radioactive sources
  • Citing MS library search results
  • Data processing from your home office
  • Representative sampling: the business case

  • Identification of dental materials in food
  • Hyperspectral mid-infrared ellipsometry
  • Lock-down and up-skill
  • Questions when procuring sampling equipment

  • Learning correct sampling with floor tiles
  • Is your spectrometer still “Pharma compliant”?
  • Planning for EuroAnalysis 2021


  • NIR spectroscopy and the dive response
  • Constant resolving power high-resolution MS
  • Pre-processing spectroscopic data
  • Sampling and multivariate calibration

  • Lithium ion batteries with magnetic resonance
  • Targeted and non-targeted ultra-trace analysis
  • A look at the reference material industry
  • Real-time monitoring of pharma powder blends

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