3 steps to simpler QA/QC of Polymeric Materials
Date / time: Tuesday, June 19, 2012
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15:00 UTC / 08:00 PT / 11:00 ET / 16:00 UK / 17:00 CET
Learn how you can:
- Minimize or eliminate sample preparation
- Measure larger polymer materials without destroying them
- Reduce cost, simplify workflows and obtain answers in seconds
FTIR offers benefits for companies that develop polymers, fabricate polymer components or use polymers in their respective finished products, as it is able to quickly provide both qualitative and quantitative information. Examples of the use of FTIR include confirming the identity of a polymer, determining the amounts of key components in polymer matrices and in detecting and measuring use-related changes in polymer materials.
Agilent Technologies has developed new methods and technology for advancing the use of FTIR spectroscopy for routine QA/QC of polymeric materials. The Cary 630 FTIR, an easy-to-use, ultra-compact FTIR, combined with new sampling technology, such as the TumblIR and Dialpath accessories, speeds the analysis of polymers and improves the accuracy of measurement – saving you valuable time and money. Agilent’s handheld 4100 ExoScan FTIR spectrometer, designed for use in both the lab and the field, enables routine non-destructive measurement of polymeric materials regardless of size, shape or location of the object.
This seminar will discuss in detail some common applications and how Agilent’s unique sampling technology can provide a better solution to many of your daily challenges.