Making Light Work: Advances In Near Infrared Spectroscopy

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This is a hugely valuable historical reference source for those working with near infrared spectroscopy.

“References are valuable if very new or very old”–Tomas Hirschfeld

Making Light Work: Advances In Near Infrared Spectroscopy is the Near Infrared Spectroscopy Proceedings of the 4th International Conference (NIR-91) held in Aberdeen, Scotland in 1991.

The variety of contributors is a striking reflection of the broad range of applications of this technique. Workers in agriculture, food science, medicine, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, textiles, general chemicals and polymers have all contributed the latest developments from their fields.

The Proceedings form an important resource for all those working in near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy. They are much more than a historical record: they contain valuable information on applications and uses of the technique, some of which might otherwise have been lost. 

The Proceedings should form an essential part of any near infrared user’s library.

Why not add a print copy to your personal library?

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Making Light Work: Advances In Near Infrared Spectroscopy presents a cross-section of the most recent developments in near infrared spectroscopy. applications spectroscopic theory, chemometrics and instrumentation are all covered. The variety of contributors is a striking reflection of the broad range of applications of this technique. Workers in agriculture, food science, medicine, life sciences, pharmaceuticals, textiles, general chemicals and polymers have all contributed the latest developments from their fields.

Making Light Work: Advances In Near Infrared Spectroscopy is essential reading for workers in NIR Spectroscopy and will greatly benefit those considering implementing NIR in their work.

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      1500 g
    • SKU
      978-3527284986
  • Editors
    Ian Murray and Ian A. Cowe
  • Bingding
    Hardback
  • Pages
    652
  • Weight (g)
    1200
  • ISBN-13
    978-3527284986
  • ISBN-10
    3527284982

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