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FTIR spectrometer features newly engineered optical system

By Chemical Engineering |

The Nicolet iS20 FTIR spectrometer is an upgrade over the well-established Nicolet iS10 FTIR spectrometer, and features new LightDrive Optical Engine technology. The redesigned optical system consists of four critical components — an infrared (IR) source, interferometer, laser and detector — to deliver exceptional instrument performance and reliability, says the company. The new instrument enables analytical scientists in pharmaceutical, polymer, chemical and forensics laboratories to identify unknown compounds, verify incoming materials, conduct failure analysis and conduct root cause studies by easily collecting and interpreting FTIR data. It is said to be the only spectrometer on the market that features a touch panel with a multi-colored LED scan bar; the touch panel is designed to assist data collection from even the most challenging samples and help users understand their instrument status at a glance. Additional benefits include: cloud-based spectroscopy software with improved functionality that allows students and scientists to analyze their data anytime and anywhere; and the ability to interface easily with external modules, including the company’s Nicolet iN5 and Continuµm IR microscopes. — Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Madison, Wis.

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