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Before Wednesday's class, please read this perspective on lasers in analytical chemistry: "25 years of lasers and analytical chemistry: A reluctant pairing with a promising future" by Ben Smith. After reading, explore how one of the following methods work (according to the first letter of your last name): laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (A-H), laser ablation sampling (I-Q), or laser ionization mass spectrometry (R-Z).

**There will be no new notes for Wednesday's lecture - we will just finish the notes posted for Monday.

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