Thermo Scientific™

SpectraCorr 2DCOS

Catalog number: SPECTRACORR
Thermo Scientific™

SpectraCorr 2DCOS

Catalog number: SPECTRACORR
Thermo Scientific™ SpectraCorr 2DCOS is a two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy (2DCOS) and an invaluable tool to elucidate the changes that occur at a molecular level when a system is subjected to external perturbation. An easy-to-use interface with a wide array of settings and configuration options. Enables quick generation of highly accurate and easy-to-read correlation maps that can be easily exported to other Windows applications for publication.
 
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The SpectraCorr Software is specifically designed to give researchers a complete toolbox for performing all types of 2DCOS analyses. Performs calculations on data from systems using conventional sinusoidal perturbations, such as mechanical strain analysis of polymers and studies of liquid crystals in electric fields.
  • Offers tools for generalized correlation analysis of data from systems perturbed by another physical variable
  • 2DCOS is an extension of two-dimensional IR spectroscopy (2D-IR) which was traditionally used to correlate spectra synchronously and asynchronously
  • Compatible with data from the OMNIC Professional Software suite applications as well as generic formats such as CSV text

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