Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy

Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) harnesses the power of mathematical algorithms, notably, the Fourier transform, to translate raw data into meaningful spectra. This method is instrumental in acquiring the infrared spectrum, whether through transmission or absorption, of a given sample. By scrutinizing these spectra, FTIR proficiently detects the presence of both organic and inorganic compounds within the sample.

Our utilization of cutting-edge FTIR spectrometers spans across diverse fields, including organic synthesis, polymer science, petrochemical engineering, pharmaceuticals, and food analysis. Through the precision and versatility of FTIR, we facilitate critical insights into molecular structures and composition, thus enabling advancements in research and development across multiple industries.

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