Spectroscopy and S Guide - Resources and Review

The objective of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy is to advance and disseminate knowledge and information concerning the art and science of spectroscopy and other allied sciences. The term spectroscopy as used here means the science and art of absorption, emission, Raman, mass, and related forms of spectral study for determining the composition and structure of matter.
ChemSketch is a free program designed to assist in drawing chemical structures and providing a 3
D view.
A collection of data of interest to x
ray spectroscopists, including the COREX database of atomic and molecular core edge excitation oscillator strengths, bibliographies and indices for the COREX database, the Henke x-ray scattering factors, x-ray emission lines, electron binding energies, and historical information about x-rays.
Collection of biographies of influential chemists, arranged by categories which include colloids, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, spectroscopy and the discovery of elements.
Theochem publishes research related to the theory and modelling of molecular systems, including electronic structure, graphical approaches to structure and properties, molecular modelling, reaction dynamics and scattering, spectroscopic and experimental studies, and statistical mechanics.
Hypertextbook covering the physics and mathematics behind Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). Includes chapters on spin physics, spectroscopy and pulse sequences, and provides explanatory graphics which can be viewed alongside the text, a glossary and a list of symbols.
Resources are organised into headings which reflect the activities of organic chemists: 'literature', including databases, articles (some from commercial providers), patents, bibliography management and books; 'the bench', including laboratory techniques and scientific instruments, 'structural analysis', including infrared spectroscopy, ultraviolet spectroscopy and elemental analysis; 'the desk' which covers article writing and software, and 'communication' which lists forthcoming meetings both electronic and face
Covers all fields of scientific inquiry in which mass spectrometry can play a role, including chemistry, physics, geology, and environmental science as well as the biological, health, and life sciences. Fundamental subjects include instrumental principles, design, and demonstration, structures and chemical properties of gas
phase ions, studies of thermodynamic properties, ion spectroscopy, chemical kinetics, mechanisms of ionisation, theories of ion fragmentation, cluster ions, and potential energy surfaces. Application papers focus primarily on the development or validation of a mass spectrometric method. Tables of contents available online.
The BIDS RSC service provides access to seven databases supplied by The Royal Society of Chemistry, covering analytical chemistry, chemical engineering, health and safety, biotechnology, nutrition, mass spectrometry, and chemical industry news. Subscription required. Five of the databases contain bibliographic information: Analytical Abstracts (over 200,000 abstracts from 1980 onwards), Chemical Business NewsBase (over 430,000 abstracts from 1985 onwards, covering news of the worldwide chemical industry), Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology Abstracts (over 400,000 abstracts from over 500 key journals since 1970), Chemical Safety NewsBase (40,000 abstracts from 1981 onwards, covering health and safety matters), and Mass Spectrometry Bulletin (over 44,000 bibliographic records from 800 journals since 1991). The other two databases are Chemical Safety Data Sheets (safety information for 550 chemicals) and the UK Nutrient Databank (authoritative database of 60 nutrients in 3000 foods).
Searchable library of nuclear magnetic resonance and infrared spectroscopy problems, facilitating the interpretation of compound spectra. Provides a set of instructional documents, including notes on NMR solvents, types of NMR spectra, and a table of IR absorptions. Each problem shows a compound and its spectrum, together with a structure solution. Material is organised under headings 'beginning', 'intermediate' and 'advanced'.
Offers news and discussion of modular optical spectroscopy products. Information is keyword searchable, and offered in English, French, and German.
Collection of resources for the spectroscopy community including news stories and features, education and training materials, job information, listings of current literature and journals, and a calendar of conferences.
Collection of resources for the spectroscopy community including news stories and features, education and training materials, job information, listings of current literature and journals, and a calendar of conferences.
Book about the mathematics and physics of magnetic resonance imaging. Covers spin physics, NMR spectroscopy and information on imaging techniques, presentation, and hardware.
Text from a series of educational leaflets covering a wide range of topics in astronomy and cosmology. Educational use of the information by private individuals or schools is encouraged.
An electronic version of the bibliographical information published in the Mossbauer Effect Reference And Data Journal published ten times per year by the University of North Carolina. The data comprises journal and book references relating to Mossbauer spectroscopy research since 1958. Each reference contains standard bibliographical information, together with details of the data and results relating to the experiments described in the reference. Registration required.
Database of references on atomic spectral line broadening containing numerical data, comments, and review articles. Searches can be conducted by entering title, author or year of publication. Papers without numerical data may be searched by category, such as Pressure Broadening and Articles on Doppler and Natural Line Shapes.
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