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Webinar: nesSNOM Applications and Configurations

Applications presented in this webinar:

  • Polymer interfaces and nanoscale polyamide layers

  • OTD molecules from a 2nm thin coating

  • Compositional map & statistical distribution in rubbers

  • Correlative carrier concentration & dopping map

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Webinar: FTIR Futures - Materials Application With a Multi-Range FTIR Spectrometer

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This webinar will discuss new applications and the valuable information you can obtain with push-button access to the extended spectral range.

 

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Webinar: Microspectroscopy

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This webinar will examine the foundations of microspectroscopy – sample preparation, data collection and analysis – using applications from the automotive industry.

 

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Webinar: Transmission and ATR Sampling

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This webinar will cover the similarities and differences between Transmission and ATR techniques, showing their strengths and weaknesses.

 

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Webinar : Foundations of FTIR: Introduction to Spectral Interpretation

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This webinar will give a basic introduction to spectral interpretation as a first step in assigning functional groups and determining qualitative information of materials.

 

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Webinar : How mechanical properties of polymers change with temperature?

 

 

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Dynamic-Mechanical Analysis (DM(T)A) is not a commonly used technique in polymer analysis. However its use-cases are growing fast, as polymers are entering more challenging applications for example in automotive and construction. This Webinar will deliver a guide for beginners to understand the significant influence of temperature on the mechanics of polymers and the investigation using DM(T)A.

 

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Webinar : Raman Spectroscopy: Foundations & Futures

 

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Raman spectroscopy is rapidly gathering momentum as a valuable laboratory tool - an interesting development for a technique discovered in 1929. Join us to find out why this growth is happening - what made it possible - and to learn how to navigate the process of configuring your Raman system and then obtaining meaningful results. We will conclude by looking at some of the fields where Raman has made big inroads, like carbon materials (diamond, nanotubes and graphene) and silicon. Join us to:

  • Learn why there are so many choices in lasers, detectors and gratings

  • Understand the impact of fluorescence on Raman spectra

  • Explore success stories of Raman

 

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