FT-IR Vacuum Spectrometer Advantage

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FT-IR Vacuum Spectrometer Advantage
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The major advantage of using FT-IR (Fourier Transform Infrared) spectroscopy in vacuum is to avoid the absorption of atmospheric moisture and other gases.

Vacuum spectrometer provide a better stability and allow a reproducibility in comparison to dry air or nitrogen-purged spectrometers.

FT-IR Vacuum Spectrometer Advantage Features:

  • Weak spectral features are not masked by moisture absorptions
  • High spectral resolution features do not interfere with CO2 and H2O absorption lines
  • Cast aluminum housing of the optics bench provides high stability
  • Rapid evacuation by high speed, oil-free vacuum pump
  • No problems caused by dry air purge supply fluctuations

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The major advantage of using FT-IR (Fourier Transform Infrared) spectroscopy in vacuum is to avoid the absorption of atmospheric moisture and other gases.

Vacuum spectrometer provide a better stability and allow a reproducibility in comparison to dry air or nitrogen-purged spectrometers.

FT-IR Vacuum Spectrometer Advantage Features:

  • Weak spectral features are not masked by moisture absorptions
  • High spectral resolution features do not interfere with CO2 and H2O absorption lines
  • Cast aluminum housing of the optics bench provides high stability
  • Rapid evacuation by high speed, oil-free vacuum pump
  • No problems caused by dry air purge supply fluctuations

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