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Articles and Columns

1 Jun 2001

Ed McCurdy* and Don Potter

Agilent Technologies, Lakeside, Cheadle Royal Business Park, Stockport, Cheshire SK8 3GR, UK. E-mail: [email protected], [email protected]

1 Apr 2001

A.M.C. Davies

Norwich Near Infrared Consultancy, 75 Intwood Road, Cringleford, Norwich, NR4 6AA, UK

NMR spectra at different field strengths
1 Feb 2001

A stage in the ever-increasing magnetic field strengths in NMR spectroscopy.

1 Feb 2001

Antony N. Davies

ISAS, Institute of Spectrochemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, Dortmund, Germany

1 Dec 2000

A.M.C. Davies

Norwich Near Infrared Consultancy, 75 Intwood Road, Cringleford, Norwich NR4 6AA, UK

Tom Fearn

Department of Statistical Science, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK

Download code used in column (26.52 Kb)

1 Oct 2000

A new joint venture between Galactic Industries and Nicolet has further added to the list of innovation in reference spectroscopic data delivery. The internet service running under http://ftiresearch.com was launched on 17 April 2000. With this new service coming on-line, the spectroscopist must now regard the year 2000 as one of the best for the introduction of new strategies and options for reference database access and service ever!

1 Aug 2000

At the end of the last column we promised that this time we would show how matrix algebra can be used for real computational tasks. The chosen task is Fourier transformation (FT) of a near infrared (NIR) spectrum. Those who know Tony Davies will not be surprised at this choice of subject but in the third lesson the reason for wanting to do the obvious will become apparent.

1 Jul 1997

Paul Geladi

Department of Organic Chemistry, Umeå University, Sweden

31 Jul 1995

A comprehensive and logically ordered list of categories of ordinate error that can occur in conventional Fourier Transform Spectroscopy.

1 Mar 1992

The very first Tony Davies Column.

2 Jan 1990

Tony Davies tackles a crucial concept in chemometrics: the way in which data was collected may not be the best form for analysing it.