2019 SAS Applied Spectroscopy Editor’s Choice Papers


Recognizing outstanding papers appearing in Volume 73 of Applied Spectroscopy as chosen by

Editor-in-Chief Sergei Kazarian and Editor Michael Blades


A Two Components Approach for Long Range Remote Raman and Laser-Induced Breakdown (LIBS) Spectroscopy Using Low Laser Pulse Energy

Misra, AK; Acosta-Maeda, TE; Porter, JN; Berlanga, G; Muchow, D; Sharma, SK; Chee, B


Investigation of Issues for the Accurate and Precise Measurements of an Analyte Using Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS)

Skuratovsky, A; Klimenko, AS; Porter, MD


Digital Staining of High-Definition Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) Images Using Deep Learning

Lotfollahi, M; Berisha, S; Daeinejad, D; Mayerich, D


Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) Studies of Disc-on-Pillar (DOP) Arrays: Contrasting Enhancement Factor with Analytical Performance

Velez, RA; Lavrik, NV; Kravchenko, II; Sepaniak, MJ; De Jesus, MA


Extended Multiplicative Signal Correction for Infrared Microspectroscopy of Heterogeneous Samples with Cylindrical Domains

Rasskazov, IL; Singh, R; Carney, PS; Bhargava, R


Sub-Micron Spatial Resolution in Far-Field Raman Imaging Using Positivity-Contrained Super-Resolution

Winterauer, DJ; Funes-Hernado, D; Duvail, J; Moussaoui, S; Batten, T; Humbert, B


A Novel Approach Based on Two-Dimensional Correlation Spectroscopy to Determine the Stoichiometric Ratio of Two Substances Involved in Intermolecular Interactions

Li, X; Zeng, Y; Deng, G; Xu, Y; Ozaki, Y; Noda, I; Wu, J


Spatial Heterodyne Raman Spectrometer (SHRS) for In Situ Chemical Sensing Using Sapphire and Silica Optical Fiber Raman Probes

Ottaway, JM; Allen, A; Waldron, A; Paul, PH; Angel, SM; Carter, JC


Trace Gas Detection System Based on All-Optical Quartz-Enhanced Photoacoustic Spectroscopy

Lin, C; Liao, Y; Fang, F


Shifted Exitation Raman Difference Spectroscopy with Charge-Shifting Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) Lock-In Detection

Sowoidnich, K; Towrie, M; Maiwald, M; Sumpf, B; Matousek, P




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