By Fred E. Lytle (auth.), Gary M. Hieftje, John C. Travis, Fred E. Lytle (eds.)
Lasers are fairly fresh additions to the analytical scientist's arsenal. due to this, many analysts-whether their main issue is learn or a few variety of applications-are wanting an educational advent not just to the rules of lasers, their optics, and radiation, but additionally to their already diversified and burgeoning purposes. The artic1es provided during this quantity, rigorously superior and edited from lectures ready for the ACS department of Analytical Chemistry 1979 summer time Symposium, are designed to supply simply this sort of extensive advent to the topic. hence, as well as a number of very good chapters on laser basics, there are lots of essentially orientated artic1es facing laser analytical technique, inc1uding innovations in accordance with the absorption oflaser radiation, on laser-induced fluorescence, and on a number of the makes use of of lasers in chemical instru mentation. the 1st of those sections is pivotal and displays partly our philosophy in organizing this assortment. The authors of the preliminary chapters have been invited not just due to their services within the box of lasers and analytical chemistry, but additionally simply because their didactic method of writing and their c1arity of presentation have been renowned to us. it truly is our wish that specific readers with little wisdom of lasers will achieve from those introductory chapters enough details to render the later, extra unique artic1es either precious and meaningful.
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