Join us for our one-hour-or-less webinars on a variety of FTIR related topics. FTIR spectroscopy offers a vast array of analytical opportunities in academic, analytical, QA/QC and forensic labs. Deeply ingrained in everything from simple compound identification to process and regulatory monitoring, FTIR covers a wide range of chemical applications, especially for polymers and organic compounds.

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Foundations to Futures webinar series

Build a solid foundation then go beyond the ordinary with this webinar series. Learn what you can achieve, now and in the future, with FT-IR Spectroscopy.

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Quick and Easy Solutions to Teaching FT-IR Analysis 
This webinar takes you through the basics of FTIR spectroscopy as well as providing insight into how to use the accessories and analyze the resulting spectra. Learn how to teach the technique of FTIR in a laboratory setting as well as how to use the Educational Kit to analyze liquids and gases.

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Teaching Spectroscopy in the High School Classroom 
This webinar demonstrates how to incorporate UV-Vis and FTIR spectroscopy into the high school curriculum. Discussion of applications include UV-Vis for kinetics and equilibrium experiments and IR for the identification of polymer and other compounds. Experiments covered include an aspirin lab UV-Vis and an polymer lab for IR.

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Forensic Analysis: FT-IR, Raman and GC-IR Within Minutes  
FT-IR and Raman spectroscopy are both SWGDRUG Category A techniques that can be used by forensic scientists to quickly identify unknown materials and confidently give expert testimony in court. They are also very useful for addressing SWGMAT needs.

The new Nicolet iS50 FT-IR with a built-in diamond ATR and sample compartment Raman module, combines these two techniques in a single compact workstation. Get answers in less than 30 seconds and switch to your next analysis method with a push of a button. The system can also be expanded with a new GC-IR interface to provide unprecedented ease of use for drug isomer identification.

Learn how these techniques can be used for:

  • Seized drugs: controlled substances and cutting agents
  • Clandestine labs: chemical evaluation
  • Hit and run: paint and materials
  • Textile identification: fibers, coatings, and residues
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Forensic Applications of Microspectroscopy  
FT-IR and Raman microscopy produce fast, minimally destructive analysis with diagnostic chemical identification results. All types of physical evidence particles ranging in size from 10 microns to 500 microns are candidates for analysis with these techniques.

Webinar topics include:

  • Transmission sampling: improving results with compression cells
  • Micro-ATR sampling: a problem solver for difficult samples
  • Raman Microscopy: for very small scale samples and minimal handling
  • Spectral Identification: database creation, searching and reporting
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Seized Drug Analysis Using FT-IR with Mixture Searching 
FT-IR spectroscopy is a SWGDRUG Category A technique for illicit drug identification. However, it is underutilized in many forensic laboratories. This is largely due to the ambiguous results it can provide when analyzing seized drugs that are mixtures. These results are difficult for the forensic scientist to confidently support when giving expert testimony.

Most labs rely heavily on GC/MS and are confident in the results it provides. This presentation discusses the use of new FT-IR mixture searching software and simple ATR sample analysis for rapid screening of seized drugs with a focus on using infrared mixture search data to confidently support GC/MS results for more effective expert testimony.

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Advantages of Monitoring Industrial Gases using Online FT-IR Spectroscopy 
FT-IR spectroscopy offers several advantages for monitoring gases produced in industrial production, including combustion emissions and gases from production processes. The advantages are the ability to measure multiple gases simultaneously, rapidly, and continuously. This webinar explains practical considerations for use of FT-IR for online monitoring, as well as common errors and pitfalls that must be avoided for accurate results. 

Topics include: 

  • Overview of FT-IR for gas analysis 
  • Comparison of FT-IR with other techniques 
  • Sample handling considerations 
  • Automated continuous operation 
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Rapid Combustion Analysis using FT-IR Spectroscopy 
FT-IR spectroscopy is a robust analytical method that can monitor multiple compounds in exhaust gases online, with low detection limits and rapid response. This webinar discusses the challenges industrial chemists and engineers experience in assessing gaseous products of combustion found in:

  • Engines and catalytic converter design: ability to measure 5 samples/second when reducing NOx emissions in the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) cycle using ammonia or urea (NH3)
  • Power plants and cement factories: need to analyze HCl and SO2 emissions to meet stringent regulatory standards
  • Materials fire-safety testing: need to rapidly identify toxic breakdown products (such as HCl, HF, HBr, or CH2O) for safety considerations
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Fundamentals of Industrial Gas Analysis using FT-IR Spectroscopy 
Online FT-IR instrumentation provides a flexible, practical analytical technique as manufacturing facilities implement advanced diagnostics and environmental monitoring of their industrial gas streams. From continuous emission monitoring (CEM) to semiconductor gas purity monitoring at part-per-billion contaminant levels, FT-IR offers researchers an invaluable window into the chemical composition of their gas streams.

This webinar introduces listeners to the fundamental strengths, weaknesses, pros and cons of industrial FT-IR analysis, with example applications and comparisons to competing techniques.

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Fire Science Gas Analysis by FT-IR 
Scientists in the field of fire safety or fire protection engineering analyze the combustion gases evolved when a material burns under different conditions.

Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy provides fire safety engineers a useful analytic tool for on-line analysis of as many as 25 gas species of interest, including highly toxic acids such as HF, HCl, or HCN. Depending on the system configuration, detection limits of low parts-per-million (ppm) may be sampled to monitor evolved gases continuously.

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FT-IR for Gas-phase Synfuels and BioGas Applications 
FT-IR spectroscopy may be useful for engineers and scientists involved in renewable energy research, such as anaerobic digestion of landfill or agricultural products to evolve methane for generation of electricity. FT-IR can be used to monitor major components (CH4, CO, CO2), contaminants (siloxanes, acids such as HCl), and combustion products (NO, NO2, N2O).

This webinar provides an introduction to FT-IR for Biogas analysis, including sampling considerations and factors in quantitative analysis.

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Materials Analysis with a Multi-Range FTIR Spectrometer
If you are in the materials, polymers, pharmaceutical or optics industries, you may benefit from spectral range coverage beyond the conventional mid-IR. However, in the past, changing over your FTIR instrument may have required time-consuming manual intervention and subsequent re-stabilization. Now, even novice users can change their instrument configuration with the automated Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iS™50 FTIR spectrometer - for easy access to valuable information in the far-IR, near-IR, or even into the UV-Visible range. Attend this webinar and learn more about applications available in the extended spectral range.
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Smarter FT-IR Spectroscopy for General Analytical Services
The Nicolet iS50 FT-IR provides better results in less time. A fully integrated system, this tool provides a unique foundation for the analytical laboratory. It not only provides state-of-the-art FT-IR spectroscopy with an integrated extended range ATR accessory but can also be equipped with the iS50 Raman module and the iS50 NIR module to address the broad range of challenges encountered in the Analytical Laboratory:
  • Material identification
  • Material differencesomplaints and product failures
  • Deformulation and Additives
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Solutions for Failure Analysis, Process Validation and Competitive Investigation using TGA-IR
Procedures such as failure analysis, process validation, and competitive investigations often require that a sample be deformulated to identify components and to understand material process differences. The new Nicolet iS50 FT-IR spectrometer, when coupled with Thermal Gravimetric Analysis (TGA), provides tools for all these investigative analyses. This webinar gives examples of complete sample deformulation, starting with the hardware tools then describing interpretation of the complex data sets using the Thermo ScientificTM OMNICTM Mercury TGA software.

Learn how this flexible instrument platform can help you:

  • Identify evolved gaseous components
  • Compute the time evolution of identified species
  • Obtain consistent answers, regardless of operator skill level
  • Compile results in a complete report format
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Real-time Infrared Spectroscopy for Materials Characterization
This webinar covers several time-based and dynamic events analyzing chemical features that change or evolve over time. We cover our OMNIC Series software operation, and hyphenated techniques such as thermogravimetric analysis, and GC-IR. Provided examples include: 
  • analysis of automotive gases 
  • fire chemistry 
  • surface plasmon resonance and kinetics experiments 
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Driving Confidence in Your Process: Tools for FTIR QA/QC
Whether your data will be used in process control, in court, or in assuring upstream and downstream quality, you need hardware and software tools designed to give your stakeholders – and you – confidence. The Thermo Scientific™ line of FTIR spectrometers provides everything you need, from ASTM compliance to digital signatures. This webinar will examine some of these tools and show practical processes for data-critical labs.
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Problem Solving with Molecular Spectroscopy in Industrial Laboratories - (Part 2) Analytical Services
Infrared and Raman spectroscopy play an essential role in the Analytical Services laboratories of many industrials. A basic technique for chemical analysis, vibrational spectroscopies are fast and easily performed. Samples generally require little preparation and modern data analysis software provides answers quickly.

Our informative one-hour webinar explores the value of vibrational spectroscopy and how it solves problems on a daily basis. As a leading developer of spectroscopic instrumentation and software, we demonstrate some of latest developments in the industry including identifying multi-components in mixtures, contaminant identification and microscopy. Along the way we offer a number of useful tips such as choosing the best spectral libraries and how to do chemical imaging.

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FT-IR Spectroscopy for Structure Elucidation of Proteins

During the past decade, FT-IR spectroscopy has gained significant prominence as a tool for structure elucidation of proteins - from formulations in R&D to Quality Control in Manufacturing.  FT-IR has many advantages including measuring: 1) at dosage concentrations - both low and high; 2) in different states such as liquid and solids; and 3) with variety of excipients.  The measurements are straightforward and the equipment is very affordable.  Regulatory agencies often list FT-IR as one of the techniques recommended for proof-of-folding and structure comparability.  This webinar will describe the process of determining protein secondary structure.

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Pharmaceutical Analysis with FT-IR, Near-IR, Mid-IR and Raman in a Compact Platform

Pharmaceutical laboratories face strong regulatory requirements and market pressures at every step along the product development pipeline. This webinar presents data that shows how the analytical needs of these laboratories – for speed, reliability and flexibility – can be improved with the new Nicolet iS50 FT-IR spectrometer. Switching between multiple techniques can be achieved in seconds to customize workflows or perform confirmatory testing on a single sample.

Learn how this multi-functional platform enables:

  • Basic drug research and structural elucidation
  • Formulation development and validation
  • Quality control processes for incoming and outgoing materials
  • Packaging testing
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Infrared and UV-Vis Spectroscopy in Pharmaceutical QC - Part 1: Regulatory Considerations

Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements for pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers is essential for delivering safe and effective products. Poor quality data can lead to a multitude of consequences, including out-of-specification results, delays in product release or even product recalls.

The first webinar in this two-part series guides you through the challenges of effectively navigating the regulated environment. We address the need to quickly commission the spectroscopy equipment and ensure proper day-to-day use through system qualification, SOP development and system suitability testing.

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Infrared and UV-Vis Spectroscopy in Pharmaceutical QC - Part 2: Ensuring Product Quality

During the pharmaceutical manufacturing process, quality control is required at every step to ensure safe and effective products. Poor product quality can lead to a multitude of consequences, including delays in product release or even product recalls.

The second webinar in this two-part series presents how UV-Visible and Infrared spectroscopy play a critical role as essential quality control tools in the manufacturing process. We address how these tools help ensure product quality while bringing simplicity to your work.

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Chemical Detectives Webinar Series: Solve the Mysteries Behind your Polymers

View the following spectroscopy webinars to learn how infrared and Raman spectroscopy can help you reveal the mysteries of your polymers, from research to failure analysis, quality control and beyond!  Discover how to solve your organization's most pressing questions to stay ahead of your competition and streamline your investigations. 

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Webinar 1: Rheometry & FT-IR Spectroscopy: Benefits & Applications in Polymer Research

Learn about how simultaneous Rheology and FTIR spectroscopy measurements for product development in the polymer area allow changes in the rheological profile or properties to be correlated with information about the molecular structure and its changes. Additional discussion points include viscoelasticity, thermal and UV curing, and a focus on pharmaceutical polymers and Hot Melt Extrusion.

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Webinar 2: What Went Wrong? FT-IR as a Valuable Tool in Plastic Failure Analysis

Special Guest Speaker, Jeff Jansen, Sr. Managing Engineer & Partner, The Madison Group

FT-IR is a fundamental analytical tool for the analysis of organic materials. It provides critical information in the evaluation of plastic failures, including material identification, contamination, and degradation. This webinar will address the key information that FT-IR can provide in troubleshooting a plastic part failure.  Learn how to more effectively use FT-IR  and other techniques to more efficiently and effectively analyze polymeric materials.

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Webinar 3: Peeling Back the Layers Characterizing Multi-layer Structures using FT-IR and Raman Microscopy

Multi-layer polymer films, or laminates, are composite materials and are ubiquitous in a vast array of industries. Information about the makeup of individual layers is of great interest for manufacturers as well as for the end user. Vibrational micro-spectroscopy techniques provide valuable chemical information that is typical of traditional vibrational methods but, with the added benefit of obtaining spatial information necessary to distinguish the composition of the different layers. This webinar will cover FT-IR and Raman micro-spectroscopy and their application in studying laminates.

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Webinar 4: Pushing Polymer Pellets At-line FT-IR Polymer Analysis

FT-IR spectroscopy is a flexible, useful tool in the manufacturing and processing of polymer pellets and films. This webinar will focus on uses of FT-IR in support of QA of polymer production, whether by drawing discrete samples or via continuous monitoring. Topics include:

  • Overview of polymer analysis by FT-IR 
  • Pros and cons of different sampling techniques 
  • Discussion of continuous at-line film analysis of polymer additives

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Webinar 5: Breaking it Down – Polymer Deformulation using FT-IR Coupled to TGA

Problem solving and reverse engineering often require sample deformulation to identify components and understand material process differences. This webinar discusses the use of Thermo Gravimetric Analysis (TGA) coupled to FT-IR spectroscopy for these investigations. Case studies show polymeric material deformulation, starting with sample analysis using the latest hardware tools leading to data interpretation using the unique Mercury TGA software which simplifies characterization of complex mixtures.

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Webinar 6: Your Next Packaging Analysis Tool - Raman Spectroscopy

Raman microscopy is a valuable tool for packaging analysis, with special emphasis on food-contact materials. In minutes, you can characterize multilayer material properties such as structure and thickness and can even identify layers with minimal sample handling. In this webinar, we discuss novel promising applications of Raman microscopy (SERS) with silver substrates significantly improves detection limits.

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Webinar 7: Bet the Pharma - Application of Diffuse Reflectance NIR Spectroscopy to Monitor the Output of Pharmaceutical Hot Melt Extruders

Hot-melt extrusion (HME) is a continuous manufacturing process used in the pharmaceutical industry to improve the bioavailability of poorly soluble drugs. Find out how NIR combined with the use of fiber optics enables real-time monitoring of HME processes since it is rapid, non-destructive, solvent-free, and eliminates sample preparation. 

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Webinar 8: Into the Depths - Analysis of Multilayer Polymer Films by Confocal Raman Microscopy 

This webinar will discuss Raman microscopy as a powerful technique for the analysis of multilayer polymer films in terms of utilizing conventional Raman's micron-sized spatial resolution for cross section analysis and Confocal Raman for the generation of depth profiles for reduced sample preparation. 

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Additional polymers analysis webinars

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Polymer Analysis from Raw Material to Formulation 

Polymer and plastics production requires a continuous flow of information about materials, from feedstock to final product. For instance, quality control demands information about raw materials, while competition requires deformulation tools. The Nicolet iS50 FT-IR spectrometer is a full workstation, with tools for rapid QA/QC analysis method development, morphological investigations and formulation studies. This webinar explores the use of the Nicolet iS50 within many scenarios in production, reverse engineering and troubleshooting.

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Exploring Polymer Product Characteristics with Image-Guided Infrared Microscopy

Infrared spectroscopy is among the most commonly used tools in the polymer laboratory. The technique is used up and down the entire value chain from quality control of raw materials to failure analysis of fabricated parts.

This presentation discusses the role of infrared microscopy in polymer analytical service and research laboratories. Characterization of multilayer films, tracking down sources of defects and characterizing effects of processing conditions on the microstructure of products are all examples of applications where infrared microscopy produces high-value data for decision making.

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Polymer Composition Analysis: Exploring with FT-IR and Other Spectroscopy Methods

Spectroscopic analysis is critical for proper identification, quality control, recycling, and failure analysis of polymers and plastics. Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR), near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy, and Raman are common techniques used to study polymers and solve problems related to the manufacturing and identification of these materials. These materials often have very subtle, but important chemical signatures that critically affect their physical properties and performance.

Topics for the analysis include:

  • Using the Nicolet iS50 spectrometer to perform Raman, NIR, mid-IR and far-IR analysis on multiple samples
  • Identifying banned substances such as heavy metals in plastics
  • Determining crystal structure and the polymorphic state of plastics and their additives
  • Coupling Thermo-Gravimetric Analysis (TGA) to FT-IR for decomposition studies

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Microparticulates analysis for understanding component wear 

Moving components generate particulates via physical or chemical breakdown, such as abrasive wear. These particles, typically 20-100 microns in size, can originate from sources like seals, rotors or heat-induced degradation adjacent fluids (lubricant, fuel, etc.). Characterization of the particulates is a critical step in both the determination of their origin and in remediation. In this webinar, wepresent the use of a simple FTIR microscope for the identification of particles from automotive sources to show the utility of this method for rapid analysis.

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Liquid IR Analysis Made Easy - with the Pearl Accessory

Learn how you can reduce the time and difficulty of liquid sample analysis. The Specac® Pearl™ horizontal liquid transmission accessory puts a new spin on the classic transmission technique. Discover why a simple, 90° rotation makes transmission analysis faster and easier than ever before. The webinar will discuss how and why the accessory works and common application uses.  
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Benefits of Fiber Optics Probes for Mid-IR Analysis

Learn how you can effectively use fiber optic probes in your FTIR spectrometer for the remote analysis of liquids and solids in the Mid-IR region of light. Attendees will gain a general understanding of the capabilities and use cases for Mid-IR fiber optic probes. 
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Foundations of FTIR Microscopy - Sample Preparation Techniques

FTIR Microscopy is a technique that has become heavily utilized and routine in an array of fields. One of the challenges users encounter is how to properly and effectively prepare samples for their microscope. Due to the small sample size usually analyzed in FTIR microscopy, sample preparation is essential to ensure that the desired chemical information can be obtained. This webinar will cover basic sample preparation procedures to help you when setting up an FTIR microscopy experiment.

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The Basics of Sampling Techniques

Because infrared spectroscopy is used with a dynamic range of applications and sample types, sampling techniques play an important role in data acquisition. This webinar will examine the capabilities of different sampling methods and provide information to help you choose the ideal technique for your samples. Attend this webinar and gain a general understanding of several sampling approaches. Emphasis will be placed on discussing the strengths and weaknesses of transmission and reflection techniques.

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GC-IR: Applications of GC-IR with Real World Samples

Online infrared analysis of the eluent from a gas chromatograph yields detailed information on the composition of complex mixtures. The technique of GC-IR is complementary to GC-MS in that the infrared spectrum is sensitive to the molecular structure of the intact molecule. GC-IR thus provides easy identification of separated isomers, a weakness of GC-MS. Identification of isomers is important in many application areas, including forensics, petroleum and flavors and fragrances. This webinar will describe the hardware and software for GC-IR, and will demonstrate its use with analysis of real world samples.

Who should attend: Scientists tasked with identifying key components of real-world complex mixtures.

Industries: Forensics, Environmental, Petroleum, Flavors and Fragrance

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Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA): Failure Analysis, Process Validation, and Competitive Analysis with TGA

The Nicolet i50 spectrometer coupled with TGA provides optimal tools for failure analysis, process validation, and competitive analysis which often require deformulation for identifying components and understanding process differences. Learn about the complete process of sample deformulation including complex data interpretation as well as identifying evolved gaseous components, computing the time evolution of identified species, obtaining consistent answers, and compiling results in a complete report format.

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Spectral Interpretation:  Basics of FTIR Spectral Interpretation

A critical part of characterizing materials and samples with IR spectroscopy is being able to interpret spectral information from your FTIR instrument. While detailed analysis and interpretation may take years to master, the basics can be quickly understood. This webinar gives a basic overview of how to get solid information such as functional group identification and quantitative analysis.

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MAIRS: MAIRS on FTIR - A Powerful Tool for Revealing Molecular Orientation in an Ultrathin Film

With semiconductor, liquid crystal and biological films, the molecular orientation of the film on the surface affects the film's physical and chemical properties, and therefore a tool that can quickly characterize the structure of thin films is needed. Learn how MAIRS can be used to obtain the in-plane and out-of-plane vibrational spectra of thins films from a single sample, and howthese spectra are used to determine the molecular orientation of the films.

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Transmission: FT-IR Transmission Sampling: Faster, Easier, Cheaper

Recent developments in transmission make it a versatile and economic sampling technique for quality control, materials identification and routine analysis. This webinar provides a tutorial on transmission covering solids, liquids, and gases using various transmission accessories. Learn why transmission analysis is still an important technique in your FTIR toolkit as we compare using KBr pellets, ATR sampling, and newer transmission accessories.

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Foundations of FTIR Microscopy: Sample Prep to Analysis featuring Automotive Applications

FTIR Microscopy combines the spatial resolution of a microscope with the analytical power of spectroscopy. This 40-minute presentation will examine the foundations of microspectroscopy - sample preparation, data collection and analysis - featuring applications from the automotive industry. Examples will include analysis of dashboard defects, adhesives and multi-layer films. With coverage of basic methods like compression cells, ATR, transmission and reflection, this webinar will be of interest to many analytical and quality control laboratories, including forensic, polymer and food packaging.

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Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR): Micro-ATR Techniques for Infrared Microscopy

Infrared microscopy combines visible microscopy with the rich chemical information revealed through the infrared absorption spectra of the components in your sample. Some samples you encounter can be difficult to prepare in thin sections for transmission analysis.

Using Attenuated Total Reflectance with your microscope (micro ATR) helps speed up your analysis of these hard to prepare samples. As a bonus, micro-ATR operates at very high spatial resolution compared to normal transmission sampling. Using chemical imaging techniques, micro-ATR allows study of chemical heterogeneity on scales approaching one micron.

Just like conventional FT-IR microscopy, micro-ATR is utilized in many research and applied areas including:

  • Composite structures
  • Paper products
  • Pharmaceutical dosage forms
  • Art restoration
  • Biological tissues
  • Polymer films and coatings
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Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR): Spectroscopy Simplified -  ATR Sampling in FT-IR

Attenuated Total Reflection (ATR) sampling revolutionized FT-IR spectroscopy, with its simplicity of sample handling and near-universal applicability. This webinar will introduce the theory and basic use, ideas for ATR, and will show many examples. Topics will include:

  • Basic theory of ATR
  • Choosing the right ATR - crystals, angles and bounces
  • Cleaning an ATR device: do's and don'ts
  • Applications of ATR: particles, fibers and more
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Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR): Advanced ATR Sampling

Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR) is a widespread technique for analyzing a large variety of samples with FT-IR spectroscopy. One of the advantages of ATR is that it requires very little sample preparation or clean up resulting in very easy and rapid analysis.

We will present some advanced applications where analysts have benefited greatly from using this technique. The webinar builds on basic ATR concepts and demonstrates some of the newer and sophisticated accessories that are used to solve difficult problems often found in complex liquid and solid samples.

Attendees to this webinar will learn about:

  • Using variable angle ATR to analyze thin films
  • Forensic applications relying on ATR techniques
  • Real time dynamic monitoring of chemical and structural changes
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New - FTIR Microscope
See it. Scan it. Solve it.

With point-and-shoot simplicity, the new Thermo Scientific™ Nicolet™ iN™5 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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