Innovation in imaging: Faster accessible and more intuitive FTIR spectroscopy
26 Nov 2019
FTIR is a commonly employed technique in the lab due to the vast array of analytical opportunities it offers. However, carrying out FTIR spectroscopy is not the most intuitive process using current technology.
With the release of LUMOS II, Bruker extends the scope of FTIR microscopy and imaging for applications and increases its accessibility for all users. It is a faster, smarter imaging solution designed for daily use in routine and research laboratories, regardless of user skill level.
Bruker’s specialist for FTIR and Raman microscopy, Dr. Thomas Tague, will present its key hardware and software features and discuss the benefits of automation and focal-plane array imaging. The application of these novel capabilities to the polymer, pharmaceutical, and material science industries will also be shown.
You will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have in a Q&A session following the webinar.
What this webinar covers:
It is intended for analytical professionals in:
- LUMOS II and its software OPUS
- Technical features and workflow
- FTIR microscopy and imaging
- Focal-plane array detectors
- Applications of µ-FTIR
With the job roles of:
- Research & Development
Certificate of Attendance
- Lab Manager
- QC Manager
- Analytical Scientist
All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, and a learning outcomes summary document for continuing education purposes.Bruker Optics