Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR)
What we can do
♦ Identification of liquid and solid materials
♦ Classification of plastics
♦ Calculating the extent of reaction of glues
♦ Comparison between samples
What is XRD?
Infrared Spectroscopy is used to identify and study materials through the characteristic spectrum generated from the absorption of different IR wavelengths by functional groups of the molecules. The Fourier transform is a mathematical algorithm which converts infrared interferograms (FTIR) recorded by the detector into intensity-vs.-frequency spectrum which is commonly known as the infrared absorption spectrum.
The Superiority Of LF
- Abnormal Product Contamination Of Various Industries
- Abnormal Foreign Matter Found In Process Of Various Industries
- Comparison Of LED Molding Compounds
- Calculating The Extent Of Reaction For OCA Glues