FTIR Academy Showcase

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.

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Featured FTIR video

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.

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Spectroscopic Solutions Seminars

Spectroscopic Solutions Seminars

From research and development of new products, quality control in manufacturing to disposal and recycling of materials, FTIR, Raman and NIR spectroscopy play critical roles in every step of your value chain. This seminar is ALL NEW for 2019 – Showcasing new applications, new products and new software. Find a location near you:

  • Burlington, MA
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • Hartford, CT
  • New Orleans, LA
  • Fremont, CA
  • Columbia, MD
  • Costa Mesa, CA
  • Miami, FL
  • Madison, WI
  • Greenville, SC
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Houston, TX
  • Princeton, NJ
  • King of Prussia, PA
  • Livonia, MI
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Toronto, ON, Canada

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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.

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iN5 FTIR microscope

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