Webinar 4:
Materials Analysis with a Multi-Range FTIR Spectrometer

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The majority of FTIR spectrometers are configured for the conventional mid-IR spectral range, giving access to most of the fundamental vibrations of organic compounds. The range of an FTIR can extend into the far-IR (THz) to obtain the spectra of inorganics, into the near-IR to access combination and overtone bands of organic compounds, and even into the UV-Visible range to measure the optical properties of optics and coatings. However, changing over the instrument often requires a great deal of manual intervention and subsequent restabilization.

Now, you can change the entire configuration at the push of a single button with the automated Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iS™50 FTIR spectrometer. Learn about new applications and the valuable information you can obtain with easy access to the extended spectral range.

This webinar will be of interest to scientists in the materials, polymers, pharmaceutical and the optics industries who require spectral range coverage beyond the conventional mid-IR.

30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for Q&A

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