Accurate and fast measurement results can save a lot of time, money and your energy. And as science moves forward, so do analytical techniques. One of the fastest methods is undoubtedly FT-IR (infrared) spectroscopy. You can analyze even a tiny sample in a few tens of seconds. FT-IR spectroscopy is a fast, reliable and non-destructive method of analysis with a wide range of applications from the food and pharmaceutical industry through restoration to forensic sciences or materials research.
Thanks to state-of-the-art technology and OMNIC software, which controls Nicolet spectrometers, measurements are also intuitive and easy, even for those who are just getting acquainted with molecular spectroscopy.
You can find out more about advances in microspectroscopy, whether in terms of the instruments themselves or the software for data acquisition and work, and the various analytical challenges across all disciplines, at Dr. Michael Bradley’s webinar (February 1, 2022 at 1:00 PM) who, among other things, will show you how to speed up and refine your measurements even more.
The lecture will include:
- Sample preparation
- Analysis of microparticles and microplastics
- Fiber analysis
- Measurement of coatings (inks, stains) on various surfaces
- Micromapping, ATR, transmission measurement
The webinar is especially suitable for:
- Forensic scientists
- (Not only) pharmaceutical analysts
- Environmental scientists
- (Food) packaging developers