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Spectroscopy Techniques for Tomorrow’s Scientists (FTIR, NMR, UV-Vis)

Prepare the next generation of scientists with real-world experience using spectroscopy techniques. Spectroscopy is a critical part of the modern chemistry lab. Although the three most common techniques, UV-Vis, FTIR, and NMR, have not changed, the instrumentation found in the high school and undergraduate laboratory has evolved substantially in recent years.

This webinar will briefly review the fundamentals of these three spectroscopic techniques: the instrumental advancements that have become more common; how they are utilized in the academic teaching laboratory; and examples of how they are being applied in current research and industrial applications.

You will learn:

  • How UV-Vis, FTIR, and NMR fit into the modern chemical sciences curriculum.
  • Three significant advancements in teaching laboratory instrumentation
  • Relevant examples of how these techniques apply to industry applications
Run time: 45 minutes

Practical Teaching of Elemental and Structural Analysis of Materials

Teaching and practical training of elemental and structural analysis of materials is part of many curriculums in colleges and universities. One of the challenges for the faculty is to provide a robust and representative instrument to run the samples under real conditions and obtain quality data for interpretation and knowledge.

The recent generation of bench-top instruments which integrate most of the functionalities of high-end instruments are ideally suited for such practical laboratory training needs.

X-ray fluorescence (XRF) is one of the fundamental and widely applicable techniques for the elemental analysis of various types of materials. X-ray diffraction (XRD), which is more commonly taught than XRF, is an essential part of any laboratory involved in structural analysis of materials.

Watch the webinar to learn more about the uses and benefits of XRD and XRF for practical training of analytical techniques in colleges and academic institutes.

Run time: 30 minutes

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