Handbook of Near-Infrared Analysis, Third Edition
Practical Spectroscopy Series Volume 35
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.
- Provides new chapters on diffuse reflection theories, the calibration and validation of process sensors, and the NIR spectra of gases
- Reviews software-enabled chemometric methods and other trends in data analysisHighlights novel applications in pharmaceuticals, polymers, plastics, petrochemicals, textiles, foods and beverages, baked products agricultural products, biomedicine, neutraceuticals, and counterfeiting
- Discusses non-traditional applications such as analyzing bowling lane conditions and counterfeit detection for currency, turquoise, and cigars
- Includes 21 new color images of NIR spectra not found in previous editions in addition to more than 400 black and white illustrations and photos
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Presenting nearly 50% new and revised material, this thoroughly updated edition of Handbook of Near Infrared Analysis, Third Edition incorporates the latest advances in instrumentation, computerization, calibration, and method development in NIR spectroscopy.
Near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy, which is fast, inexpensive, and easy-to-use, can be used to analyze small samples of virtually any composition. Handbook of Near Infrared Analysis, (Third Edition) 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.
INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
- Chapter 1: Historical Development; P,H. Hindle
- Chapter 2: Basic Principles of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy; H.W. Siesler
- Chapter 3: Continuum and Discontinuum Theories of Diffuse Reflection; P.R. Griffiths and D.J. Dahm
INSTRUMENTATION AND CALIBRATION
- Chapter 4: Commercial NIR Instrumentation; J.J. Workman and D.A. Burns
- Chapter 5: Fourier Transform Spectrophotometers in the Near-Infrared; W.J. McCarthy and G.J. Kemeny
- Chapter 6: Analysis Using Fourier Transforms; W.F. McClure
- Chapter 7: NIR Spectroscopy Calibration Basics; J.J. Workman, Jr.
- Chapter 8: Data Analysis: Multilinear Regression and Principal Component Analysis; H, Mark
- Chapter 9: Data Analysis: Calibration of NIR Instruments by PLS Regression; H.R. Bjørsvik and H. Martens
- Chapter 10: Aspects of Multivariate Calibration Applied to Near-Infrared Spectroscopy; M.K. Boysworth and K.S. Booksh
- Chapter 11: Transfer of Multivariate Calibration Models Based on Near-Infrared Spectroscopy; E. Bouveresse and B. Campbell
- Chapter 12: Calibration and Validation of Process Sensors; G.E. Ritchie
- Chapter 13: Sampling, Sample Preparation, and Sample Selection; P. Williams
- Chapter 14: Indicator Variables: How They May Save Time and Money in NIR Analysis; D.A. Burns
- Chapter 15: Qualitative Discriminant Analysis; H. Mark
- Chapter 16: Spectral Reconstruction; W.R. Hruschka
- Chapter 17: Application of NIR Spectroscopy to Agricultural Products; J.S. Shenk, J.J. Workman, Jr., and M.O. Westerhaus
- Chapter 18: The Role of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy in Verifying Label Information in Agro-Forestry Products; A. Garrido-Varo and E. de Pedro
- Chapter 19: NIR Analysis of Cereal Products; B.G. Osborne
- Chapter 20: NIR Analysis of Dairy Products; R. Frankhuizen
- Chapter 21: Near-Infrared Spectra of Gases; C.W. Brown
- Chapter 22: Application for NIR Analysis of Beverages; L.R. Kington and T.M. Jones
- Chapter 23: NIR Analysis of Wool; M.J. Hammersley and P.E. Townsend
- Chapter 24: FT/IR vs. NIR: A Study with Lignocellulose; D.A. Burns and T.P. Schultz
- Chapter 25: NIR Analysis of Textiles; J. Rodgers and S. Ghosh
- Chapter 26: Recent Advances in the Use of Near-IR Spectroscopy in the Petrochemical Industry; B. Buchanan
- Chapter 27: NIR Analysis of Polymers; C. Kradjel and K.A. Lee
- Chapter 28: Getting NIR Out of the Gutter: The Analysis of Bowling Lane Condition Using Near-Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy; D.S. Burns, A.J. Siegel, and T. Buist
- Chapter 29: Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) in the Pharmaceutical Industry; E.W. Ciurczak
- Chapter 30: Pharmaceutical Applications of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy; C. Anderson, J.K. Drennen, and E.W. Ciurczak
- Chapter 31: NIR in the Dietary Supplement Industry: Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Ingredients, Process Blends, and Final Products; C. Kradjel
- Chapter 32: Your Viagras - Genuine, Imitation, or Counterfeit? M.J. Vredenbregt, D. Mooibroek, and R. Hoogerbrugge
- Chapter 33: Biomedical Applications of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy; E.W. Ciurczak
- Chapter 34: Near-Infrared Spectrometry in Cardiovascular Disease; A.A. Urbas and R.A. Lodder
- Chapter 35: In Vivo and In Vitro Near-Infrared Spectroscopic Determination of Blood Glucose and Other Biomedical Components with Chemometrics; Y.P. Du, S. Kasemsumran, J. Jiang, and Y. Ozaki
- Chapter 36: Plastics Analysis at Two National Laboratories Part A: Resin Identification Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy and Neural Networks; M. Kathleen Alam, S. Stanton, and G.A. Hebner Part B: Characterization of Plastic and Rubber Waste in a Hot Glovebox; D.A. Burns
- Chapter 37: Process Analysis; G.J. Kemeny
- Chapter 38: Detection of Counterfeit Currency and Turquoise; D.A. Burns
- Chapter 39: Counterfeit Cigars: Can Near Infrared Detect Them? D.A. Burns
- Chapter 40: Local Methods and CARNAC-D; T. Davies and T. Fearn
EditorsDonald A. Burns, Emil W. Ciurczak
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