Professor Sandro Mengali and his research team at Consorzio CREO have developed a novel detection method for enhanced photo-acoustic spectroscopy.
In a study published in the European Journal of Remote Sensing, researchers proposed a two-step classification method for mapping non-photosynthetic vegetation or crop residue using spectroscopic and machine learning techniques from the spaceborne imaging spectroscopy PRISMA dataset.
In an upcoming study from ACS Catalysis, researchers developed a series of novel phosphonium borane catalysts and investigated them using Raman spectroscopy in the context of CO2/epoxide copolymerizations.
In an article published in the journal Remote Sensing of Environment, researchers combined airborne solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence SIF data with simultaneous 'ground truth' data collected by mobile and stationary platforms in a soybean field in Nebraska, USA.
A recent study in Sensors discusses applying laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy technology to identify marine plastics. The plastic pellets can be accurately classified with more than 80% accuracy owing to the application of chemometric analytical instruments.
In an article published in the journal Molecules, researchers developed a novel optical-trapping Raman spectroscopy (OT-RS) technique for identifying, characterizing, and detecting single aerosol particles in their native atmospheric state.
In an article published in the journal Foods, researchers analyzed the elemental profile of 205 samples of whiskey to distinguish them according to the parameter of their authenticity using cold vapor-atomic absorption (CVAAS), inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES), and inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).
In a pre-proof article posted in the Journal of Hazardous Materials, researchers applied novel laser direct infrared imaging (LDIR) spectroscopy to achieve rapid microplastic analysis (MP analysis).
In an article published in the journal Applied Sciences, researchers investigated the influence of refractive index matching of double emulsion phases by the Raman signal strength of the inner water phase measurement for different refractive index combinations.
Researchers have presented a model that estimates the number of nanoparticles in water. Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV-vis) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) were used to create and analyze citrate-capped gold nanoparticles.