Near Infrared Spectroscopy Proceedings of the 14th International Conference
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Near Infrared Spectroscopy Proceedings of the 14th International Conference (NIR-2009) covers nearly 260 papers presented at the 14th International Conference on Near Infrared Spectroscopy held in Bangkok, Thailand in 2009.
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Near Infrared Spectroscopy Proceedings of the 14th International Conference (NIR-2009) includes over 200 very diversified applications. Over 20 papers were presented on the emerging technique of hyperspectral imaging, while the miscellany of classification papers underlined the ever-increasing interest in qualitative NIR spectroscopy analysis.
Near Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is the most innovative and invigorating addition to practical analytical chemistry in the last 40 years. From its start as a "Cinderella" technique in the early 1970s, NIR spectroscopy has spawned a $250 million industry and has become a household word in the day-to-day monitoring of a host of industrial procedures.
The Proceedings of the ICNIRS conferences form an important resource for all those working in NIR spectroscopy. They are much more than an historical record: they contain valuable information on applications and uses of the technique, some of which might otherwise have been lost. They should form an essential part of any NIR user’s library.
This book is essential reading for all those using NIR spectroscopy or interested in investigating its exciting potential.
The subjects covered include:
- Agricultural products
- Animal feeds
- Cereals and snack foods
- Oils and sauces
- Spectroscopy and chemistry
- Hyperspectral imaging
- Industrial processing
EditorsSirinnapa Saranwong, Sumaporn Kasemsumran, Warunee Thanapase and Phil Williams
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