Represents a collection of vapor phase chemical compounds of interest to food and cosmetic scientists.
Suited to academic and small QC labs, this library includes spectra illustrating the major functional groups and combinations of commonly observed functional groups.
Quickly gather clear visual data as you work using the innovative identification and interpretation tools of the Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ Specta Software.
Obtain high quality results and create greater efficiencies in your lab using this four-library set with material-specific collections of commercial interest.
A useful tool in any polymer chemist's toolbox, this library includes spectra of plastics and additives for polymers, rubbers, cosmetics, adhesives, sealants and plasticizers.
Analyzing materials in the rubber and polymer industries? Spectra in this library include accelerators, extender and plasticizers as well as curing and other processing aids.
Take the guesswork out of spectral analysis and create greater efficiencies in your lab with the Thermo Scientific™ Aldrich™ Alcohols and Phenols FT-IR Spectral Library.
Features condensed phase FT-IR spectra of compounds of interest to the food industry.
Thermo Scientific™ Hummel Polymer and Additives FT-IR Spectral Library is one of the most comprehensive and commonly used libraries for analysis of polymer materials.
Combine this supplement with the Thermo Scientific™ Aldrich™ Collection of FT-IR Spectra Edition I to achieve the same compound coverage as Edition II.
Confidently secure your laboratory data and its integrity using the Thermo Scientific™ OMNIC™ DS Data Security Software.
Determine the composition of completed paper products as well as identify impurities with the useful Thermo Scientific™ Paper Materials FT-IR Spectral Library.
Confidently identify compounds with the Thermo Scientific™ Aldrich™ Aldehydes and Ketones FT-IR Spectral Library, a subset of Aldrich FT-IR Spectral Library.
Thermo Scientific™ Industrial Coatings FT-IR Spectral Library is a valuable resource for commercial and industrial laboratories.
Confidently identify compounds with this subset of the Aldrich FT-IR Spectral Library related to solvents.