New Technologies in IR and Raman Spectroscopy: Aiding the Understanding of Materials in the Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Government and Academic Labs

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Webinar

  • Date: Mar 13, 2007 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Categories: Infrared Spectroscopy / Raman
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Recent advances in IR Imaging and Raman spectroscopy have allowed researchers, product development scientists and academics to enhance their understanding of a wide range of materials.  In particular, the introduction of Attenuated Total Reflectance (ATR) imaging technology has enabled the chemical composition of materials previously difficult to measure by traditional IR Imaging to be studied while also providing a four-fold increase in the spatial resolution attainable.

Advances in Raman technology have facilitated the advent of push button Raman spectrometers with high sensitivity and increased data collection speeds, thereby enabling mapping / chemical imaging and high throughput analysis. 

This webinar will provide an overview of applications and opportunities of these new technologies within the polymers, manufacturing, forensics and pharmaceutical industries in examining the techniques themselves and how they compare to limitations with existing technologies.


Speakers:

Andrew Dennis, Raman Business Manager, Life and Analytical Sciences, PerkinElmer, Inc.

Sharon Williams, IR Spectroscopy Business Manager, Life and Analytical Sciences, PerkinElmer, Inc

Robert Alexander, Raman Technology Manager, Life and Analytical Sciences, PerkinElmer, Inc.

Jerry Sellors, IR Spectroscopy Technology Manager, Life and Analytical Sciences, PerkinElmer, Inc.


This event has been recorded and is now available on demand.


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