Your starting point for learning about FTIR, this section covers what “FTIR” stands for and how it works. We also introduce the main sampling techniques and provide a more extensive overview of how they can be used to answer your questions.
FTIR Spectroscopy Academy
Here you can find everything FTIR, from the most basic (what do “FT” and “IR” mean?) to applications using hyphenated techniques, like TGA-IR. Along the way, you can find information on sample preparation for transmission experiments, the power of FTIR Microscopy and charts relating chemical structure to the infrared spectrum. Come back often, as this content is being updated continually.
Learn why FTIR is the technique of choice for compound identification work in academic, analytical, QA/QC and forensic labs.
Find the best sampling method for your sample type.
An in-depth training section, this will cover transmission, reflection, DRIFTS and ATR accessories, their use and care. The reasons for choosing one or the other method will become clear, and the strengths of each method will be highlighted. Stress here is on sample preparation and experiment optimization.
This area contains a lot of content, from webinars and videos to application notes. A wide breadth of applications in FTIR will be found, basic to advanced, and more technical content covering instrument performance and operations. You will find considerable content about FTIR Microscopy in this section as well.
Our market leading expertise in FTIR and FTIR Microscopy is not just about the instruments, but it is due to our wide experience and knowledgeable staff. We have gathered here many of the questions we have been asked, and will add to this section frequently.
FTIR Detectors: Basics
Dr. Michael Bradley provides an overview of two common FTIR detectors, DTGS and MCT, to help you choose the right detector for your FTIR applications.
FTIR Microscope: See it. Scan it. Solve it.
With point-and-shoot simplicity, the Thermo Scientific Nicolet iN5 FTIR microscope provides fast, easy identification of contaminants and defects that affect product quality. Walk-up and use operation gives you answers in minutes.
- Easy – as simple to use as a stereo microscope
- Fast – point-and-shoot operation for fast answers
- Reliable – built for years of worry-free operation
Ideal for the demands of the busy QA/QC lab, the Nicolet iN5 microscope will provide years of reliable operation across multiple users and products.
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.