A Fourier transform transmission infra-red microscope capable of point, line and grid scanning and spectral mapping with an ATR attachment used for acquiring optical images, IR spectra and chemical distribution maps using IR spectra
Post author: Nicole McMillan. Last update: 20/01/2016 at 10:37 am by Nicole McMillan.
Manufacturer: PerkinElmer, Spotlight 400. Installed 2015.
An optical microscope with an IR spectrophometric detector capable of measuring transmission, reflection or ATR IR spectra at a point, along a line, in a grid and over a whole image.
Benefits of the FTIR Micro
– Broad spectral range
– Spectral mapping
– Software can provide a chemical map within seconds
– ATR attachment allows simple sample preparation and analysis of solid samples
Technical features and specifications
– Wavelength range: 8300-600 cm-1
– MCT detector
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