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Molecular Spectroscopy Information
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Molecular spectroscopy technologies, including UV-Visible, FTIR, Raman, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), and Near Infrared (NIR), play critical roles in various steps of the quality control and regulatory compliance processes.
NIR instruments can test pharmaceutical or food bulk materials with little or no sample preparation. In the lab, FTIR and Raman instruments provide high quality, accurate data and consistent reporting for material identification and characterization, contaminant identification, and failure analysis. The education, pharmaceutical, chemical, beverage, and basic research communities rely on UV-Vis spectrophotometers for accurate analysis. NMR provides useful chemical information for verification studies in the classroom or on the production floor.
Molecular spectroscopy features
Reliable QC in beer production is important to ensure high quality products. Collecting high quality data and reporting it accurately every time is extremely critical to ensuring consistent production.
The needs of the Li-ion battery customers can be segmented into in situ and ex situ modes of analysis. Ex situ analysis lets researchers study battery components removed from the operating battery cell.
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All the tools and resources you need to bring NMR into the classroom for real-world, hands-on organic chemistry instruction, or to the production floor for small-batch reaction monitoring and QA/QC in chemical manufacturing.
For applications such as pharmaceutical, food, agriculture and asbestos testing and screening, NIR (Near Infrared) spectroscopy is a proven technology that delivers clear results.
Whether you're looking to identify an unknown liquid at a hazardous material spill, identify suspected narcotics, or verify the identity of labeled heart medication pills, Raman spectroscopy, a form of vibrational spectroscopy, is a proven and trusted technology that provides highly accurate results.
Access a targeted collection of application notes, case studies, videos, webinars and white papers covering a range of applications for Fourier Transform infrared spectroscopy, Near-infrared spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) spectrophotometry, X-Ray Fluorescence, and more.