Are you looking for a new solution to your application challenges in environmental monitoring? Want to learn more about the capabilities and benefits of modular spectrometers and MIR spectroscopy? If so, Ocean Optics offers a number of resources to help.
There are numerous methods for classification and identification of spectral data. This on-demand presentation by Frederick Long will help you to decide what technique to use for the problem at hand by offering several chemometric or statistical approaches.
This on-demand presentation will cover the principles of NIR-CRDS spectroscopy. It will discuss various NIR-CRDS spectroscopic apparati available in the laboratory of the author and others and show how specific NIR-CRDS spectra can be observed and analysed.
Attend this on-demand webinar and learn how handheld and portable Near Infrared (NIR), Raman and FTIR spectroscopic technologies can be effective and useful tools to assess the quality of diversified multivitamin products in the market.
[On-demand webinar] Vibrational spectroscopies constitute a diverse set of techniques that can provide valuable information about the structure and behaviour of any biological molecule under a wide range of experimental conditions. As such, the family of Raman and infrared spectroscopies are making significant impact in biology both for research and for applications in detection,...
[On-demand webinar] A novel method was developed to predict Long Residue properties as well as Short Residue properties at different flashing temperatures based on the IR spectrum of a crude oil measured at room temperature. The resulting demonstrates that this integrated approach offers a fast and viable alternative for the currently applied elaborative ASTM and IP methods (patented).
Shimadzu has produced a technical note describing an innovative solution for ensuring data integrity for spectroscopy systems.
Shimadzu has introduced its IRSpirit series of Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectrophotometers, the IRSpirit-T and IRSpirit-L compact-sized models, designed to simplify analysis and provide outstanding expandability.
Peiqiang Yu from the Department of Animal and Poultry Science, College of Agricultural and Bioresources, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada spoke to Spectroscopy Solutions and answered questions on his feed processing research with mid-infrared molecular spectroscopy highlighting an application on protein in microwave irradiation.