Use of FTIR spectroscopy in and out of the laboratory - questions answered...

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  • Date: Sep 21, 2011 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Categories: Infrared Spectroscopy
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Mobile FTIR

Use of FTIR spectroscopy in and out of the laboratory:
questions answered...


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Overview

Food Testing and AgricultureIn the past 10 years, analytical chemistry has left the laboratory and headed out to the field. New applications along with technological advancements have fostered the development of a new group of analytical instruments. These instruments are light, portable and often handheld while still providing the high quality data required for sensitive measurements. In addition to new instrumentation, advancements have been made in the area of user interfaces and data analysis to provide immediate answers with little user interaction. Mobile instruments represent one of the most dynamic areas of analytical chemistry today.

This webinar will focus on advancements and applications of field based Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). It will start by defining the needs of portable FTIR spectroscopy and explaining some of the technical accomplishments which have made these instruments possible. Optical and mechanical considerations will be covered along with factors concerning sample interface design and use with handheld instrumentation.

The webinar will provide examples of applications which are currently being deployed as field based FTIR measurements and explain how these techniques, developed in the lab, have been adapted for field measurement.


The webinar presentation will cover the following topics:

  • What are the differences between laboratory and mobile systems?
  • What approach does Agilent Technologies take when designing systems for in field use?
  • Innovation in optical design, how have optics changed?
  • How does the performance differ and does this affect the types of applications that can be done?
  • What are the considerations when migrating a laboratory spectroscopic method to the field?
  • Identifying applications that can be migrated to the field.
  • Is calibration required and what types of method are used In Infrared spectroscopy today?
  • What is the role of the laboratory in moving testing into the field?
  • Real world examples from where methods have been transferred from the laboratory to the field.
  • Questions and Answers: your chance to ask live questions to the presenter!


Who Should Attend:

  • People in all industries that currently use FTIR spectroscopy.


Key Learning Objectives

The study of applications which are currently being deployed as field based FTIR measurements and explain how these techniques, developed in the lab, have been adapted for field measurement.

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Your presenter...

Dr. John Seelenbinder
Dr. John Seelenbinder
Director of Applications,
Agilent Technologies
Dr. John Seelenbinder Biography

John Seelenbinder received his BS in Chemistry from Indiana University, and his PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Rhode Island. He started his as an applications chemist with Bourne Scientific and later Digilab, specializing in infrared, infrared microscopy and hyphenated technique applications. From there John went on to SensIR and later Smiths Detection where he was a product manager for infrared microscopy and portable Raman products. Currently, John is the Director of Applications and Product Management for Agilent Technologies.

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