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They can look appealing but also carry valuable information: spectra, the measurement of which using spectrometers have become routine techniques in analytics. ICP, NMR, UV/Vis, AES/OES, FTIR, AAS, Raman, RFA and mass spectroscopy are just a few of the many variants in this class of analytical methods which, in the lab, are often coupled with separation techniques.

Companies Spectroscopy

Malvern Panalytical GmbH, Germany

Malvern Panalytical technologies are used by scientists and engineers in a wide range of industries and organizations to solve the challenges associated with maximizing productivity, developing better quality products and getting them to market faster. Our mission is to create superior, customer-foc more

AR2i, France

AR2i France: general labware and chromatography instruments The company AR2i resells general labware and chromatography instruments (Thin-Layer Chromatography) in France, Germany and almost worldwide. We have a full range of high-quality products: TLC equipment from deposit to quantitative device more

Thermo Fisher Scientific GmbH, Germany

Thermo Fisher Scientific is the world leader in serving science. We enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. With our brand Thermo Scientific we offer solutions for Chromatography, Elemental Analysis, Mass Spectrometry, Molecular Spectroscopy as well as Laboratory Inf more

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Your Partner for Routine Analysis: Fully Integrated FT-IR Spectrometer

ALPHA II provides user comfort by touch-based operation and highest hard- and software integration more

Highest quality precision quartz and glass cuvettes for all applications

Verify your Spectrophotometer using Starna Certified Reference Materials – trusted by end-users worldwide for their excellent quality and reliability more

VIS Measurement for Routine Applications, Such as Wastewater Analysis

Spectroquant Prove 100 is a smart VIS spectrophotometer especially suitable for wastewater analysis and other routine applications more

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MPA II - the new FT-NIR Multi Purpose Analyzer

The advantage of FT-NIR spectroscopy in general, and in particular the Bruker Optics MPA II, lies in its versatility and ease of use. FT-NIR is a fast and accurate method for non-destructive analysis of liquid, solid and semi-solid samples, saving costs through reduced time and reagent consumption. more

FT-IR spectrometer of the future: INVENIO

INVENIO R represents the entry level of Bruker’s R&D FTIR spectrometers for demanding analytical and R&D applications. more

Industrial Flow Cells for Process Analytical Technology (PAT)

A greater regulation on handling chemicals, to protect people and the environment, demands closer monitoring and a better understanding of industrial and chemical processes. Modern online analytics using spectroscopic methods are all very well suited to flow-cell measurement in industrial and pilot- more

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Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy

I’ve been covering infrared spectroscopy recently with one of my A level classes, and realised that I haven’t really come across an aesthetically appealing reference chart for the frequencies of absorption – which seemed like as good an excuse as any to make one myself. So, here it is! Now, if you’r more

Mass Spectrometry and Interpreting Mass Spectra

For the fourth in the analytical chemistry series, we turn to mass spectrometry. So far, we’ve looked at how chemists can determine the presence of particular bonds present in molecules with infrared spectroscopy, and how they can gain information about the structure of molecules using hydrogen and more

Analytical Chemistry

Today’s graphic is one for the chemists, with a guide to chemical shifts in proton nuclear magnetic resonance. At first glance, for those without a background in chemistry, this may well look largely nonsensical – however, if you’re interested in learning a little more about how chemists can work ou more

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  • More than honey?

    For thousands of years, the word “honey” has been synonymous with an all-natural, healthy food. Unsurprisingly, honey has also enjoyed unwavering popularity with consumers – and especially in times when organic food and a healthy lifestyle are more in vogue than ever before. more

  • What Are We Eating?

    What ends up on our plates? We used to think we knew – until we were disabused of this notion in early 2013. Instead of beef, there had been large-scale use of processed horsemeat, especially in frozen products and mincemeat. Although this posed no hazard to health, the damage was enormous, since many products had to be taken off supermarket shelves. more

  • Fitness test of motile cells

    Analysis of single cells is never easy – and it gets even more difficult when cells are not fixed at a surface but freely moving. In this case, Raman-Trapping-Microscopy arrests motile samples during spectral analysis. These most powerful devices enable novel insights into characteristics and behavior of eukaryotic cells and microorganisms. more

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Authors Spectroscopy

  • Dr. Olga Borovinskaya

    Olga Borovinskaya, born in 1985, studied chemistry at the North Kazakhstan State University (NKSU) and the ETH Zurich, where she completed her master's degree. In 2014, she received her doctorate in chemistry at the ETH Zurich and applied biosciences, specializing in analytical chemistry. Ever since more

  • Dr. Uwe S. Pracht

    Uwe Pracht, born in 1987, received his BSc and MSc degrees in physics from the University of Stuttgart, completing his studies with a thesis on THz spectroscopy on superconducting TiN thin films. From 2013 to 2017, he worked on his doctorate and completed it with distinction at the Chair of Mathemat more

  • Dr. Björn Meermann

    Björn Meermann, born in 1982, studied chemistry at the University of Münster and obtained his doctorate in 2009 in the working group of Prof. Dr. Uwe Karst. This was followed by a postdoctoral period of almost two years at the University of Ghent (Belgium) in the working group of Prof. Dr. Frank Van more

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Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy Spectroscopy is the study of the interaction between radiation (electromagnetic radiation , or light, as well as particle radiation ) and matter . Spectrometry is the measurement of these interactions and an instrument which perfo ... more

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