Encyclopedia of Spectroscopy and Spectrometry, Three-Volume SetEdited by
- George Tranter
- John Holmes
- George E. Tranter
- John Lindon
Professional spectroscopists working in academia or industry (e.g., in pharmaceutical, chemical, and engineering industries), relevant libraries and individual research groups.CD-ROM version especially should be useful to teachers/undergraduates as a source of course material and to postgraduates for practical tips and ideas for new ways of tackling problems.
Published: January 2000
Imprint: Academic Press
The entries give short descriptions, references to classics in the field, and cross-references to other related techniques...There are many professionals trained at an earlier time or learning new fields who would profit from this set in their libraries."
"...There are many professionals...who would profit from this set in their libraries."
"In evaluating a work of this kind I find the means provided to locate information an important consideration...I would rate this effort as outstanding...I found the entries authoritative, with many written by the best-known workers in the field, and a good balance or both breadth and depth of coverage."