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Radiochim. Acta 99, 807–813 (2011) / DOI 10.1524/ract.2011.1886 © by Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München Characterization and classification of uranium ore concentrates (yellow cakes) using infrared spectrometry By Z. Varga1,∗, B. Öztürk1, M. Meppen2, K. Mayer1, M. Wallenius1 and C. Apostolidis1 1 European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Institute for Transuranium Elements, P.O. Box 2340, 76125 Karlsruhe, Germany 2 Carl Friedrich von Weizsäcker-Zentrum für Naturwissenschaft und Friedensforschung, Beim Schlump 83, 20144 Hamburg, Germany (Received April 11

influence of oil aging on its propensity for self-ignition. Ostrava, Diploma thesis. (in Czech) Poledník, J., 2016. Possibilities of infrared spectrometry with the ATR method for oxidation evaluation). Ostrava,. Bachelor thesis. (in Czech) Stenberg, C., Svensson, M., Johansson, M. 2005. A study of the drying of linseed oils with different fatty acid patterns using RTIR-spectroscopy and chemiluminescence (CL). Stockholm. Vlachos, N., Skopelitis, Y., Psaroudaki, M., Konstantinidou, V., Chatzilazarou, A., Tegou, E. 2006.Applications of Fourier transform-infrared spectroscopy

Clin Chem Lab Med 2009;47(1):83–90 2009 by Walter de Gruyter • Berlin • New York. DOI 10.1515/CCLM.2009.007 2009/209 Article in press - uncorrected proof Validation for quantification of immunoglobulins by Fourier transform infrared spectrometry Lamia Benezzeddine-Boussaidi1, Georges Cazorla2,* and Anne-Marie Melin3 1 Centre National de Médecine et des Sciences du Sport, Unité de recherche Evaluation Sport Santé, Tunis, Tunisia 2 Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2, Faculté des Sciences du Sport et de l’Education Physique, Laboratoire Evaluation Sport


The research paper presents hydrocarbon biocomponents approved for use in aircraft turbine engines. The properties of these biocomponents are governed by ASTM D 7566 standard. One of the new issues regarding the utilization of fuels for aircraft turbine engines is the identification of non-petroleum elements, including hydrocarbon biocom-ponents. This article proposes applying infrared spectrometry as a technique for in-strumental analysis, which enables quick and qualitative identification of a used hydro-carbon biocomponent. Differences in the infrared spectrum between the mineral fuel and used fuel biocomponent were indicated based on the conducted preliminary tests.

120 S. Chow and P. R. Steiner Holzforschung Determination of Resorcinol Content in Phenol-Resorcinol- Formaldehyde Resins by Infrared Spectrometry Keywords Resorcinol Phenol-resorcinol- formaldehyde IR By S. Chow and P. R. Steiner Determination of Resorcinol Content in Phenol-Resorcinol-Formaldehyde Resins by Infrared Spectrometry Summary Twenty-six phenol-resorcinol-formaldehyde (PRF) resins with resorcinol contents ranging from 7.9% to 49.4% were studied by infrared spectrophotometry. An empirical relationship was found between the absorbance ratio of bands Aii

Zwcens and Frankcna: Simultaneous delermination of dimcthadione and trimethadione 641 J. Gin. Chcm. Gin. Biochem. Vol. 22, 1984, pp. 641-645 Simultaneous Determination of Dimethadione and Trimethadione by Infrared-Spectrometry: Application for Mean Intracellular pH Measurement By 7. Zweens1) and Henny Frankena Department of Physiology, University of Groningen, The Netherlands (Received March 12/May 14, 1984) Summary: A simple infrared-spectrometric method for the Simultaneous determination of dimethadione and trimethadione in plasma is described. The method is


Marine macroalgal biomass is a promising sustainable feedstock for biorefineries. However, the development of macroalgal biomass for industrial cultivation and processing has been slow. In terrestrial plants, high-throughput phenotyping provides rapid imaging methods to select specimens with required properties, rapidly transforming traditional breeding techniques. To foster the development of macroalgal biomass for biorefinery applications, we developed a near-infrared spectrometry-based method for rapid phenotyping of the macroalga Ulva fasciata based on its glucose, rhamnose, xylose and glucuronic acid contents. Spectral slopes were calculated as indicative of major carbohydrate content change. In addition, different spectral indices were generated to distinguish between low and high contents of glucose, rhamnose, xylose and glucuronic acid in wet and dry biomass. Since glucose is a major monosaccharide in Ulva that is fermentable to bioethanol, as an example of future application, we developed a multivariate data analysis based on partial least squares regression to predict its content in dry and wet biomass samples solely from reflectance data. These methods could provide a useful, high-throughput tool to rapidly select thalli with high carbohydrate content for further propagation and to be used for feedstock development for marine biorefineries.

employed to predict the lignin content of a new set of juvenile wood samples col- lected in a clonal trial. Rapid Determination of the Lignin Content in Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis (Bong.) Carr.) Wood by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry By João Costa e Silva1, Bjarne H. Nielsen2, José Rodrigues3, Helena Pereira4 and Hubert Wellendorf1 1 Department of Economics and Natural Resources, Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Arboretum,Hørsholm, Denmark 2 Department of Organic Chemistry, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark 3 Centro de Estudos de

HELIA, 30, Nr. 47, p.p. 183-190, (2007) UDC 633.854.78:631.527.53 DOI: 10.2298/HEL0747183G QUANTIFICATION OF SUNFLOWER MINOR COMPONENTS BY NEAR INFRARED SPECTROMETRY (NIR) Gotor, A.A1, Berger, M.1, Farkas, E.1, Labalette, F.2, Centis, S.2, Calmon, A.1* 1E.S.A. Purpan, Laboratoire d’Agrophysiologie UMR INRA 1054, 75 voie du TOEC, BP 57611, 31076 Toulouse, France 2ONIDOL, 12 avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France 3ASEDIS-SO, 39 chemin Virebent, 31200 Toulouse, France Received: October 10, 2006 Accepted: May 15, 2007 SUMMARY Both plant breeding programs and food

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This paper gives an overview of principles, technologies, and applications using near infrared spectrometry and imaging (NIRS and NIRI) to study brain function. The physical background is reviewed and technologies and their properties are discussed. Advantages and limitations of NIRI are described. The basic functional signals obtained by NIRI, the neuronal and the hemodynamic signal are described and in particular publications about the former are reviewed. Applications in adults and neonates are reviewed, too.