Identification of various organic and inorganic compounds
FTIR Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy, is mainly used for positive identification of various organic and inorganic compounds in complex samples. Even very small samples, such as dots and stains in pulp and paper, can be studied with respect to composition.
Almost all types of samples can be studied and examples of some are: Identification of compounds in solid or liquid form without sample preparation. Qualitative / quantitative analysis. Useful in connection with problem solving, complaints, support to end customers and quality control of various raw materials.
Types of samples: Pulp, paper, cardboard, scrapes, dots, rubber cloth, printed end product, liquids, oils, smears, precipitate, fold cracking.
Various organic compounds: Polymers, biomolecules, aromatic compounds, aliphatic compounds, hydrocarbons.
Different molecular groups: Alkanes, alkenes, arenes, alkynes, arenes, esters, carboxylic acids, alcohols.
FTIR Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
Scrape in a jar when sampling
Do not mark too close to the defect / problem
Exposure is performed on RISE
- Process and functional chemicals / materials
- Good reference test to compare with problem / bad test
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Identification of various organic and inorganic compounds in complex samples.
Biorefinery, Packaging, Chemical processes and products, Pulp and paper, Production and manufacturing
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Analysis results are delivered by e-mail, normally within 15 working days of the samples arriving to us. With reservation for samples that require special treatment. Express analyzes can be obtained at a surcharge by agreement.
No preparation needed