Modern Microspectroscopy, from powders to paint chips, draws significant information from tiny samples

Modern Microspectroscopy, from powders to paint chips, draws significant information from tiny sampl ...

Microspectroscopy can assess particulates, fibers, inks, contaminated surfaces, and is making it a workhorse tool across a wide spectrum of industries, such as environmental, automotive, pharmaceuticals, as well as forensics, art restoration, packaging.

Watch this webinar to see how to improve results across a wide variety of user skill levels with modern microspectroscopy systems. Learn more about diffraction-limited IR optics, improved visual performance, and powerful 64-bit software with a new user interface

  • Ideal applications for IR microscopy
  • Sample preparation
  • Microparticles, microplastics
  • Fiber analysis
  • Coatings (stains, ink) on various substrates
  • Micro-mapping, ATR, transmission cells
  • Data collection methods

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