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An analytical laboratory technique which is used to separate the components of a sample depending upon their mass and electrical charge is Mass Spectrometry (MS). The instrument used in MS is known as Mass Spectrometer. It produces a mass spectrum that plots the mass-to-charge (m/z) ratio of compounds in a mixture. Both qualitative and quantitative chemical can be determined using MS. Identification of the elements and isotopes of the sample, to determine the mass of the molecule, and a helpful tool to identify the structure of the chemicals. Purity and molar mass can be measured using MS. The huge advantage of MS over many other techniques it is extremely sensitive (parts per million). It is also a very useful tool for identifying the unknown components in a sample or confirming the presence of the particular component.

  • Track 1-1Ion Sources
  • Track 1-2Mass Analysers
  • Track 1-3Detectors and Computers
  • Track 1-4Tandem Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 1-5Mass Spectrometry Coupling
  • Track 1-6Analytical Information
  • Track 1-7Fragmentation Reactions
  • Track 1-8Analysis of Biomolecules

Analytical Chemistry is the study of the method used to separate, identify and quantify matter with the help of instruments. The separation, identification or quantification will constitute of the entire analysis or it will be combined with another method. The separation will isolate analytes. Quantitative analysis specifies the numerical amount or concentration and qualitative analysis identifies the analytes. Analytical chemistry consists of different methods such as classical, wet chemical methods and modern, instrumental methods. These classical qualitative methods use separations process like precipitation, extraction, distillation, etc. Identification of the chemical may be based on the color of it, odor, melting point, boiling point, reactivity, and radioactivity. Quantitative analysis uses mass or volume changes to quantify the amount.

  • Track 2-1Clinical analytical chemistry
  • Track 2-2Environmental analytical chemistry
  • Track 2-3Forensic analytical chemistry
  • Track 2-4Quality control

When a molecule or crystal scatters light, most photons which are scattered are elastically scattered. These photons maintain the same energy (frequency) and, hence, wavelength, as the incident photons. Though, a small fraction of light (nearly 1 in 107 photons) is scattered at optical frequencies different from, and usually lower than the frequency of the incident photons. The process which leads this inelastic scatted is Raman Effect. The Raman scattering can happen with a change in rotational, electronic or vibrational energy of a molecule. If the scattering is elastic, the process is known as Rayleigh scattering. If it’s not elastic, the process is called Raman scattering. 

  • Track 3-1Stimulated Raman
  • Track 3-2CARS (Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman)
  • Track 3-3Resonance Raman (RR)
  • Track 3-4Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy

In this, spectroscopy tools are used to derive many properties of stars and galaxies, such as their composition and movement. This study is based on using different spectroscopy techniques to measure the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation, including the visible radio and light which radiates from stars and other celestial objects. Many properties such as temperature, density, mass, distance, chemical composition, and relative motion can be revealed by a stellar spectrum using Doppler shift measurements. Astronomical Spectroscopy can also provide us with the physical properties of many other celestial objects such as planets, galaxies, nebulae, and active galactic nuclei.

  • Track 4-1Optical spectroscopy
  • Track 4-2Radio spectroscopy
  • Track 4-3Interstellar medium
  • Track 4-4Doppler Effect and Redshift
  • Track 4-5Peculiar motion
  • Track 4-6Binary stars
  • Track 4-7Gunn–Peterson trough

One of the most widely and commonly used spectroscopic techniques is Infrared Spectroscopy. The absorbing groups in the infrared region absorb within a certain wavelength region. When this absorption is compared with other regions like ultraviolet and other visible regions the absorption peaks are usually sharper in Infrared Spectroscopy. By this, we can say the Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy is very sensitive to determine the functional groups within the sample with different functional group absorb a different particular frequency of IR radiation. Every molecule, characteristic spectrum often referred to as the fingerprint, it can identify by comparing its absorption peak with the data bank of spectra. Infrared Spectroscopy is playing a vital role in the identification and structural analysis of different types of substances, of both organic and inorganic compounds and also used in the qualitative and quantitative analysis of complex mixtures of similar compounds.

  • Track 5-1Diatomic Molecular Vibration
  • Track 5-2Polyatomic Molecular Vibration
  • Track 5-3The Deduction of Frequency
  • Track 5-4The Deduction of Wave Number

The method of elemental analysis which exploits the properties of atoms while excited by external energy in the form of electromagnetic radiation or photons with fine frequencies is known as Atomic Spectroscopy. The basic principle of atomic absorption spectrometry is capacity of atoms to absorb energy from photons with specific frequencies. These measurements rely on the determination of the quantity of light at the resonance wavelength is absorbed when it comes to a group of atoms. By providing a sample with sufficient thermal energy to dissociate the chemical compounds into the free states of atoms we can obtain the atomic vapor required.

  • Track 6-1Atomic emission
  • Track 6-2Atomic absorption
  • Track 6-3Atomic fluorescence

It is the study which involves the interaction of UV Visible radiation with molecules. UV will have the right amount of energy to cause an electronic transition of an electron from one filled orbital to another of greater energy unfilled orbital. The result when UV interacts with a molecule at the appropriate wavelength the electron is promoted to greater energy molecular orbital, and then the molecule is in an excited state. We get the information on the energy gap which is related to the functional group.

  • Track 7-1Beer–Lambert law
  • Track 7-2Chromophore
  • Track 7-3Auxochromes
  • Track 7-4Unsaturated carbonyls
  • Track 7-5Microspectrophotometry

The study which focusses on fluorescence, phosphorescence, and chemiluminescence of chemical systems techniques is Luminescence Spectroscopy. Light emissions produced by irradiation with light and occur within nanoseconds to milliseconds after irradiation is Fluorescence spectroscopy. Light emissions which occur up to hours after irradiation is known as Phosphorescence Spectroscopy. It stores energy in metastable states and released through the slow and thermal process. This phenomenon was discovered early on for phosphorous. The Chemiluminescence is the process which occurs when the light emitted during cold chemical reactions.

  • Track 8-1Fluorescence
  • Track 8-2Phosphorescence
  • Track 8-3Chemiluminescence
  • Track 8-4Vibrational Relaxation
  • Track 8-5Internal and External Conversion
  • Track 8-6Intersystem Crossing

KeV photons are X-rays. Atomic X-rays are produced throughout electronic transitions to the inner shell states in atoms of the uncertain atomic number. They produce distinctive energies related to an atomic number, which in the result where each element has a characteristic X-ray Spectrum. The elemental composition of the sample will produce qualitative results through analysis of X-ray emission. The wavelength of X-Rays is approximately 10nm to 0.001nm. The Gamma rays are released by the nuclear processes; X-rays are emitted when fast electrons collide with matter. Technically, X-rays are produced by means of an X-ray tube, a simple form of a linear particle accelerator.

  • Track 9-1X-ray absorption spectroscopy
  • Track 9-2X-ray magnetic circular dichroism
  • Track 9-3Laboratory X-ray Filters
  • Track 9-4Monochrome X-Rays

The technique used in combination on scanning electron microscopy (SEM) through chemical microanalysis is Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (EDS or EDX). The X-ray emitted by this technique from the sample during the shelling of an electron beam to provide the elemental composition of analyzed volume.  The unique feature is that it can analyze up to 1 µm or less can be analyzed. The sample is shelled by the SEM’s electron beam, where electrons are ejected from these atoms comprising the sample’s surface. The result of the electron vacancies are filled by electrons from a higher state, and an x-ray is emitted to for the stability of energy difference between the electrons.

  • Track 10-1Silicon Drift detector
  • Track 10-2X-ray micro-tomography
  • Track 10-3Elemental mapping
  • Track 10-4Scanning electron microscopy
  • Track 10-5Transmission electron microscopy

The spectroscopy technique which allows monitoring the evolution of light spectrum in time is known as Time-resolved (TR) Spectroscopy. In this way, we can observe the time-based behavior of different optical phenomena such as fluorescence or non-linear effects. This technique will be applied to any procedure which leads to change in properties of a material and with the help of pulsated lasers; we can probably study the processes which occur on time scale as small as 10-16 seconds. 

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  • Track 11-1Transient-absorption spectroscopy
  • Track 11-2Photon echoes.Four-wave mixing
  • Track 11-3Time-resolved infrared spectroscopy
  • Track 11-4Time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy
  • Track 11-5Time-resolved photoemission spectroscopy and 2PPE

Mass spectrometry (MS) study of proteins measures the mass-to-charge ratio of ions to classify and quantify molecules in simple and complex mixtures. MS has become irreplaceable across a broad range of fields and applications, including proteomics. The scope of MS proteomics as expanded in the last two decades and what we know about the function, modification, structure and global dynamics of the protein. Through MS proteomics we can know the when are where proteins are expressed, the rate of the protein production, degradation, how proteins are modified and how they interact with each other.

  • Track 12-1Proteogenomics
  • Track 12-2Biomarkers
  • Track 12-3Electrospray Ionization (ESI)
  • Track 12-4Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization (MALDI)

Cloud-based spectroscopy is Anywhere-enabled instruments allow researchers, lab technicians, educators, and students easy access to their data when away from the instrument. Key features of the cloud-enabled instruments include. Accessibility where researchers can view, peak-pick and manipulate spectrometers on different operating systems. Scalability, where researchers can store the data in the cloud and scale the storage as per requirement for their research and most importantly the Security where researchers can data, is secure through various cloud-based security platforms.

  • Track 13-1DLP chipset
  • Track 13-2Security
  • Track 13-3Scalability
  • Track 13-4Accessibility

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) is a spectroscopy method which depends on the absorption of electromagnetic radiation by nuclei of the molecules. Proton Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is a standout amongst the most instruments for clarifying the quantity of hydrogen or proton in the compound. It is utilized to contemplate a wide assortment of nuclei. The principle behind NMR is that the nuclei have spin and they are electrically charged. In the event that an external attractive field is connected, an energy exchange is conceivable between the base energy to a higher energy level (for the most part a single energy hole). The energy exchange happens at a wavelength that compares to radio frequencies and when the turn comes back to its base level, energy is transmitted at a similar recurrence. The standard that matches this transfer is estimated from multiple ways of view and prepared to yield an NMR range for the nucleus concerned.

  • Track 14-1Nuclear Spin
  • Track 14-2Detecting the Signal: Fourier Transform
  • Track 14-3Shielding and De-shielding of Protons
  • Track 14-4Chemical Shift Equivalent and Non-equivalent Protons
  • Track 14-5Signal Splitting: Spin-Spin Coupling
  • Track 14-6Two- Dimensional (2D) NMR Techniques
  • Track 14-7Proton NMR Spectroscopy
  • Track 14-8Carbon NMR Spectroscopy

EPR (Electron Paramagnetic Resonance) is a spectroscopic system that differentiates species that have unpaired electrons. It is likewise called as ESR (Electron Spin Resonance). Countless have unpaired electrons which incorporate free radicals, transition change metal ions, and limitations. Free electrons are frequently brief, yet at the same time assume essential jobs in numerous procedures, for example, photosynthesis, oxidation, catalysis, and polymerization responses. Thus EPR crosses a few controls like science, physical science, science, materials science, medicinal science and some more.

  • Track 15-1ERI – Electron Resonance Imaging
  • Track 15-2Hyperfine Splitting
  • Track 15-3EPR spin-trapping technique
  • Track 15-4EPR spin-labelling
  • Track 15-5Analytical Applications
  • Track 15-6Biological Applications

Terahertz spectroscopy is a rapidly evolving field with interesting applications in medical imaging, security, scientific imaging (chemistry, biochemistry, and astronomy), communications, and manufacturing. Many molecules, especially biomolecules, provide fingerprint spectroscopic lines in the Terahertz region. The predominance of optoelectronic strategies over elective techniques has expanded the extent of terahertz applications past the research facility into real-world applications. Terahertz radiation can be delivered utilizing a mix of two impacts; one is the centering of two laser light emissions frequencies at a semiconductor. The other is the separation of photoconductive charge bearers utilizing an ultrafast laser.

  • Track 16-1Terahertz Sources
  • Track 16-2Terahertz Spectrum
  • Track 16-3Ultrafast laser Spectroscopy
  • Track 16-4Frequency-Domain terahertz
  • Track 16-5Pulsed Terahertz Techniques
  • Track 16-6Applications

Chromatography is an Explanatory method of isolating the components from its blend on the basis of the relative amounts of each solute dispersed between a moving fluid, called the portable stage, and a bordering stationary stage. The fundamental cause of partition in chromatography procedure is the speed of distinctive components in the mixture in through mobile phase. Chromatography partition technology has progressed rapidly. Chromatography is of two types of analytical and preparative. Analytical Chromatography is applied to measure the number of analytes in the mixture. Preparative Chromatography is done on scales from micrograms up to kilograms. The main advantage of Preparative Chromatography is the low cost and disposability of the stationary phase used in the process.

  • Track 17-1Liquid Chromatography
  • Track 17-2Gas Chromatography
  • Track 17-3Column Chromatography
  • Track 17-4Planar Chromatography
  • Track 17-5Thin layer Chromatography
  • Track 17-6Ion exchange Chromatography
  • Track 17-7Latest techniques in Chromatography

 High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is diverse and another sort of column chromatography that pumps an example blend or analyte in a dissolvable at high pressure through a section with the chromatographic packing material. HPLC can dissect, and isolate intensifies that would be available in any sample that can be broken up in a liquid in trace concentrations. In light of this favorable position, HPLC is utilized in an assortment of modern and logical applications, for example, the pharmaceutical industry, ecological, forensic science, and synthetic compounds. High-Performance Liquid Chromatography has many advantages to the division of food investigation and furthermore in the examination of different fat solvent vitamins. HPLC is utilized in DNA fingerprinting and bioinformatics.

  • Track 18-1Ultra high performance liquid Chromatography
  • Track 18-2Fast protein liquid Chromatography
  • Track 18-3HPLC- Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 18-4Scope of High Performance Liquid Chromatography
  • Track 18-5Characterization of HPLC Stationary phases

Absorption spectroscopy cites to spectroscopic methods that measure the absorption of radiation, as a component of recurrence or wavelength, because of its relationship with a sample. The sample assimilates energy, i.e., photons, from the emanating field. The energy of the absorption fluctuates as a component of recurrence, and this variety is the retention range. Absorption spectroscopy is performed over the electromagnetic range. Absorption spectroscopy is utilized as an expository science apparatus to decide the nearness of a specific substance in an example and, much of the time, to evaluate the measure of the substance present. Infrared and bright unmistakable spectroscopy is especially normal in systematic applications. Absorption spectroscopy is similarly utilized in investigations of sub-atomic and nuclear material science, astronomical spectroscopy and remote sensing.

  • Track 19-1Absorption spectrum
  • Track 19-2Differential optical absorption spectroscopy
  • Track 19-3Cavity ring down spectroscopy
  • Track 19-4Laser absorption spectrometry
  • Track 19-5Mössbauer spectroscopy
  • Track 19-6Photoemission spectroscopy
  • Track 19-7Photothermal optical microscopy
  • Track 19-8Total absorption spectroscopy (TAS)

Biomedical spectroscopy is multidisciplinary inquires about field including spectroscopic devices for applications in the field of biomedical science. Vibrational spectroscopy, for example, Raman or infrared spectroscopy is utilized to decide the composition arrangement of material in view of identification of vibrational methods of constituent atoms. Some spectroscopic techniques are routinely utilized in clinical settings for the conclusion of disease; a model is Magnetic reverberation imaging (MRI). Fourier transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopic imaging is a type of synthetic imaging for which the difference is given by the composition of the material.

  • Track 20-1Circular Dichroism Spectroscopy
  • Track 20-2Neutron Spectroscopy
  • Track 20-3Differential Scanning Calorimetry
  • Track 20-4Surface Plasmon Resonance

T<span justify;\"="" style="text-align: justify;">he most intriguing part for researchers is the complex properties which are shown by nanoparticles and nanostructures. Microscopic methods such as SPM and electron microscopes are available to observe nanomaterials at the nanoscale level but the chemical, structural and optical properties are not possible by these instruments. This is where spectroscopic characterization techniques are used to investigate the properties of the nanomaterials.

  • Track 21-1Ultraviolet-Visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis)
  • Track 21-2Raman spectroscopy
  • Track 21-3Furrier transformed infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR)
  • Track 21-4Dynamic light scattering
  • Track 21-5X-Ray diffraction

The procedure of separation is an integral unit operation in a large portion of the Modern Pharmaceutical Techniques, compound, and different process plants. Among the separation forms, some are standard and conventional procedures, similar to, Distillation Process, superfluid extraction, and so on. These procedures are very normal and the important advances are all around created and all around examined. Then again, more up to date partition forms like layer based systems, supercritical liquid extraction, chromatographic division, and so forth, are picking up significance in present day days plants as novel separation processes.

  • Track 22-1Decantation
  • Track 22-2Sublimation
  • Track 22-3Evaporation
  • Track 22-4Fractional Distillation
  • Track 22-5Simple Distillation
  • Track 22-6Filtration
  • Track 22-7Hyphenated Separation Techniques

Computed tomography (CT) is a diagnostic imaging test used to create the point by point pictures of inner organs, bones, delicate tissue and veins. The cross-sectional pictures produced amid a CT output can be reformatted in numerous planes, and can even create three-dimensional pictures which can be seen on a PC screen, imprinted on film or exchanged to electronic media. CT checking is regularly the best technique for identifying a wide range of malignancies since the pictures enable your doctor to affirm the nearness of a tumor and decide its size and area. CT is quick, easy, non-invasive and precise. In crisis cases, it can uncover inner wounds and drain rapidly enough to help save lives.

  • Track 23-1CT Angiography
  • Track 23-2CT Colonography
  • Track 23-3CT Enterography

Crystallography is the science that analyses crystals, which can be discovered wherever in nature from salt to snowflakes to gemstones. Crystallographers utilize the properties and internal structures of precious stones to decide the course of action of iotas and produce learning that is utilized by scientists, physicists, scholars, and others. Connected Crystallography is a crystallographic technique that is utilized to examine the crystalline and non-crystalline issue with neutrons, X-beams and electrons, their application in consolidated matter research, materials science and the life sciences, and their utilization in identifying stage changes and auxiliary changes of imperfections, structure-property connections, interfaces, and surfaces and so on.

  • Track 24-1Electron Crystallography
  • Track 24-2Crystallography of Novel Materials
  • Track 24-3Advanced Crystallography
  • Track 24-4Chemical Crystallography
  • Track 24-5Advanced Crystallography
  • Track 24-6Applications for Crystallography

<span font-size:="" span="" style="\" text-align:"="">Clinical Chemistry is that field of clinical pathology analysis with the investigation of body liquids. The discipline began within the late nineteenth century with the utilization of basic compound tests for differing components of blood and waste product. After this, entirely different clinical organic chemistry systems were connected along the edge of the utilization and live of catalyst activities, spectrophotometry, activity, and natural examine. Endocrine pathology is that the subspecialty of surgical pathology that arrangements with the diagnosing and portrayal of development and non-neoplastic infections of organs of the framework, and in addition the thyroid, parathyroid organ, discharged exocrine organ, and adrenal organs. Pharmacology is furthermore a part of natural science, and meds submitted the investigation of the unfavorable impacts of synthetic substances on living life forms. A diagnosing might be an academic degree array of tests performed on excreta, and one in all the principal normal methods for disease vulnerability.

  • Track 25-1Albumin Analyzers
  • Track 25-2Benchtop Clinical Chemistry Analyzer
  • Track 25-3Cardiac Marker Analyzers
  • Track 25-4Clinical Chemistry Analyzers
  • Track 25-5Osmometers
  • Track 25-6CO-Oximeter
  • Track 25-7Advances in laboratory medicine