GCMS webinars focusing on FTIR Spectroscopy

GCMS webinars focusing on FTIR Spectroscopy

Demystifying Molecular Instrumentation and Applications

Agilent Technologies Molecular Instrumentation and Applications...

A discussion on the Theory of FTIR

This session will focus on the theory of Infrared and will discuss some modern infrared analytical techniques.

Optimizing Optics Using Advanced Spectrophotometry

This webinar will guide you on the best practices, tools, and techniques needed to get the most reliable, verifiable insights into your optical components.

Out of Lab Analysis Workshop: Meet the Handheld FTIR Family

Agilent’s Handheld FTIR spectrometer is a unique and innovative platform for measuring samples on site to yield fast and reliable chemistry analyses.

Characterization of microplastics in sediment using stereomicroscopy and laser direct infrared (LDIR) spectroscopy

In this work, we analyzed MPs in sediment using laser direct infrared (LDIR) imaging, a relatively new technique in environmental MP studies.

Microplastics in Wastewater: A Population Based Approach to Identifying Potential Sources

Within a closed wastewater treatment system, we used LDIR to determine the quantity of microplastics at various points along the treatment process.

Effective Analysis of Polymers Using IR, Raman Spectroscopy, and MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry

Examples will be presented demonstrating the effectiveness of IR and Raman analysis and will discuss several MS analytical techniques and their applications for polymer analysis.

New LDIR Enhancements to Streamline Microplastics Analysis

The easy-to-use 8700 LDIR has undergone a performance enhancements with the addition of automated on-filter analysis.

Maximizing the Power of Spectroscopy in Your Regulated Analytical Laboratory

Infrared and Raman spectroscopy are ideal tools for verifying product quality, identifying unknown contaminants, and reverse engineering competitive products.

Concerned of Contamination and Poor Product Quality? Learn how Convenient and Friendly FTIR is for these common issues

FTIR has been proven to be a valuable tool to characterize the contamination rapidly and economically.

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