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  SCMRE Activity Report FY 1996-1998: Artifact and Materials Analyses (Analytical Service Requests)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
FTIR on a Mother and Child figure to find any evidence of a synthetic resin in the sample of the surface transparent coating and any evidence that red material from the base is not original to the figure; for Dana Moffett.
FTIR on white accretion on a pair of Pakistan sandals and on the wood coating on a pair of Vietnamese sandals; for Linda Lennon, Anthropology Conservation Laboratory.
FTIR and OM on coating type on coated leather from seats of three chairs in a guest chamber at Marblehead, a chair in the Nebraska State Capitol, and a carriage in the Lyndhurst National Trust were analyzed; for Elizabeth Lahikainen.
www.si.edu /scmre/about/96-98amanal.htm   (3186 words)

 Fourier transform spectroscopy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
FTIR of a thin film of ethanol in the liquid phase.
Fourier transform spectroscopy is a measurement technique whereby spectra are collected based on measurements of the temporal coherence of a radiative source, using time-domain measurements of the electromagnetic radiation or other type of radiation.
There are several methods for measuring the temporal coherence of the light, including the continuous wave Michelson or Fourier transform spectrometer and the pulsed Fourier transform spectrograph (which is more sensitive and has a much shorter sampling time than conventional spectroscopic techniques, but is only applicable in a laboratory environment).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/FTIR   (794 words)

 FTIR - Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy
FTIR is most useful for identifying chemicals that are either organic or inorganic.
The term Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) refers to a fairly recent development in the manner in which the data is collected and converted from an interference pattern to a spectrum.
FTIR is perhaps the most powerful tool for identifying types of chemical bonds (functional groups).
www.wcaslab.com /tech/tbftir.htm   (683 words)

FTIR monitors provide both qualitative and quantitative information; which means they identify the compounds present and also calculate the concentration of each.
FTIR monitors are likewise suitable for monitoring toxic chemicals in the vicinity of other Intel facilities, such as those in Chandler, Arizona and Beaverton, Oregon where volatile organic and/or inorganic compounds are released.
FTIR monitors measure only gaseous compounds, and thus cannot measure particulate matter (soot, smoke, dust, etc.) Nonetheless, the FTIR monitors serve as a potent tool for identifying what gaseous organic and inorganic chemicals Intel is releasing and what their concentrations are in the ambient air.
www.faceintel.com /ftir.htm   (549 words)

 FTIR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The FTIR instrument is a new design of infrared (IR) instrumentation where undispersed light passes through the sample and all the wavelength data is received at the detector simultaneously instead one wavelength at a time as it does in the dispersive instrument.
The objective of the experiment is to identify TWO unknown organic compounds based on the obtained FTIR spectra and the given molecular formulas of the Unknowns.
Obtain a conclusive identification of the unknown by matching the FTIR spectrum of the unknown with those of the known possibilities.
www.brazosport.cc.tx.us /~chem/2472web/FTIR.html   (419 words)

 Spatially resolved FTIR and MS analysis of paint cross-sections
FTIR and MS are particularly well-suited techniques for the investigation of organic paint materials at the molecular level.
A FTIR microscope equipped with a MCT 64x64 pixels infrared-camera affords for the first time the rapid visualisation of functional groups' distribution at the surface of paint sections.
FTIR evidence for Carboxylate groups (most likely metal soaps) consistently seems to be found exclusively in the inclusions.
www.amolf.nl /research/biomacromolecular_mass_spectrometry/molart/Crosssections.html   (3214 words)

 FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) Spectroscopy
During FTIR analysis, a spot on the specimen is subjected to a modulated IR beam.
The resulting FTIR spectral pattern is then analyzed and matched with known signatures of identified materials in the FTIR library.
When the library of FTIR spectral patterns does not provide an acceptable match, individual peaks in the FTIR plot may be used to yield partial information about the specimen.
www.semiconfareast.com /FTIR.htm   (228 words)

 Golden Specialties - FTIR
The FTIR is capable of speciating as many as 30 hydrocarbons and other compounds in a single method qualitatively and quantitatively for stack analysis, process, vents, flares, cooling towers, and property lines.
The FTIR has a "dash-pot" moving mirror which is essentially a graphite piston moving in a precision glass tube.
The FTIR is unique, however, in that it produces a whole spectrum from the near-visible to almost micro-waves.
www.goldenspecialty.com /ftir.asp   (1009 words)

 FTIR Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy analytical services
FTIR spectroscopy is used primarily for qualitative and quantitative analysis of organic compounds, and also for determining the chemical structure of many inorganics.
This capability allows rapid analysis of micro-samples down to the nanogram level is some cases, making the FTIR unmatched as a problem-solving tool in organic analysis.
The FTIR microscope accessory (shown in the photo above) allows spectra from a few nanograms of material to be obtained quickly, with little sample preparation, resulting in more data at lower cost.
www.photometrics.net /ftir.html   (211 words)

 EPA - Air - OAQPS - APTI - Air Pollution Control - FTIR
FTIR can directly measure more than 120 gaseous pollutants in the ambient air, such as carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, and ozone.
FTIR technology can also measure toxic pollutants, such as toluene, benzene, and methanol.
The FTIR sensor monitors the entire infrared spectrum and reads the different fingerprints of the gases present in the ambient air.
www.epa.gov /docs/oar/oaqps/eog/course422/ce4b4.html   (270 words)

 IMB Jena Image Library: Determination of Secondary Structure in Proteins by FTIR Spectroscopy
In FTIR spectroscopy, the light is directed onto the sample of interest, and the intensity is measured using an infrared detector.
The concept of Fourier self deconvolution is based on the assumption, that a spectrum of single bands (each narrow band is characteristic for a secondary structure) is broadened in the liquid or solid state.
Using the parameters a0, a1 and a2, the secondary structure content derived from FTIR spectra is in agreement with X-ray crystallography data.
www.imb-jena.de /ImgLibDoc/ftir/IMAGE_FTIR.html   (2399 words)

 FTIR techniques applied to iron gall inked damaged paper
Yet the identification of metallogallic or organic ink via FTIR spectroscopy appears rather difficult, since the main signal is due to the cellulose absorption.
The influence of ink on the FTIR spectrum is also too small to be measured by this technique.
We showed that the presence of iron gall complex can not be detected by FTIR The great differences observed in the spectra should also be attributed to the ink binding substance, and/or to the degradation state of cellulose in the paper.
www.ndt.net /article/wcndt00/papers/idn323/idn323.htm   (3493 words)

 Department of Environmental Health - University of Washington   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
A single guassian reconstruction of the FTIR measurements was compared against styrene concentrations that were measured by charcoal passive badges and sorbent tubes.
The single gaussian reconstructions of the FTIR measurements tended to follow the ray traces of the passive badge and sorbent tube data.
However, the magnitude of the FTIR reconstructed styrene peaks were 4 to 5 times larger than the levels determined by the point samplers.
depts.washington.edu /envhlth/news/abstract/abstracts_pang.html   (282 words)

 FTIR Applications for Janis Research Company Products   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
FTIR spectroscopy is often used to characterize the structure and temperature dependent performance of materials including liquids, solids, gases, and thin films.
In the simplest FTIR spectrometer arrangement, a sample is located in the beampath before the detector.
The Janis Research range of cryostats for FTIR address these limitations while providing a sample environment that is best suited for your application.
www.janis.com /ftir.html   (468 words)

 Delft Solids Solutions - Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry (FTIR)
The FTIR spectrometer is a highly advanced instrument for the measurement of a wide range of gases.
An infrared light beam is sent through a gas cell, the components brought into this cell absorb the infrared light at its specific wavelength.
This specific instrument (Siemens SESAM1) is developed in cooperation with Siemens, Nicolet and Volkswagen/Audi and is therefore particularly suitable for measurement of 28 components in car exhaust gases, or the same components in other mixtures, which are measured typically in the ppm range, depending on the component.
www.solids-solutions.com /txt-fourier.html   (97 words)

 IMACC FTIR - Industrial Monitoring and Control   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
FTIR is a reliable, accurate and cost effective method of acquiring concentrations.
The IMACC Software Suite is a state of the art FTIR control and monitoring package.
The IMACC Software Suite's Script Editor allows for development of FTIR individual control scripts dependent on the process that is to be monitored.
www.ftir.bz   (278 words)

 FTIR Oil Analysis Order Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum includes radiation at wavelengths between 0.7 and 500 microns or in wave numbers, between 14,000 and 20 cm-l.
These changes are subtly affected by interaction with neighboring atoms or groups, as well as resonating structures, hydrogen bonds, and ring strain.
This imposes a stamp of individuality on each molecule's infrared absorption spectrum in the FTIR Oil Analysis.
www.herguth.com /ftir-oil-analysis.htm   (302 words)

 FTIR Examines Engine Deposits - October, 1997   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
H.F. "Gus" Shurvell at Queen's University said that his group chose FTIR spectroscopy because it was well-suited to examining engine deposits.
Using FTIR spectroscopy to examine lubricant deposits on diesel engine pistons may eventually improve the performance of the engines, which power a variety of heavy equipment.
FTIR spectroscopy can give researchers and engineers a clearer idea of which lubricants and additives work best.
www.photonics.com /spectra/tech/XQ/ASP/techid.177/QX/read.htm   (426 words)

 Wax Analysis in conservation objects by solubility studies, FTIR and DSC
With FTIR spectra it is possible to see a clear difference between mineral waxes and waxes containing lipids, fatty acid esters.
In figure 6 FTIR spectra of pure bee wax and in figure 7 spectra of unknown sample (wax coating of a cupboard) are shown.
Fig 7: FTIR transmission spectra of unknown sample (Wax coating of a cupboard).
www.ndt.net /article/wcndt00/papers/idn555/idn555.htm   (1575 words)

We are convinced that you will find our products and services about our solutions for your work in Ftir useful to ensure the quality of your daily analytical work in the lab.
We are convinced that you will find our information on Ftir useful to ensure the quality of your daily analytical work in the lab.
The use of automation, parallel tools, and a range of Ftir - analytics - both off-line and in-situ - is changing the way research is done.
chromatography.mettler-toledo.net /organic-chemistry/ftir.html   (452 words)

 LabRam IR, Combined Raman and FTIR Microscope
The Raman microscope incorporated into the system is based around the established high performance of the LabRam series of Raman microscopes, offering optimal confocal spatial and depth discrimination down to 1 µm, multiple laser options, and automated XYZ axis mapping.
The FTIR module is hard coupled to the base unit and provides fast FTIR micro-analysis with both contact and non-contact IR optimised objectives.
The resultant Raman and FTIR analysis is optimal providing performance comparable to the very best single mode instruments available whilst the single unit design provides both space and cost savings over the conventional use of separate Raman and FTIR instrumentation.
www.jobinyvon.com /usadivisions/Raman/labramir.htm   (318 words)

 ftir   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Fourier transform spectroscopy is a measurement technique whereby spectra are collected based on the response from a pulse of electromagnetic radiation.
It can be applied to variety of types of spectroscopy including infra-red spectroscopy (FTIR), nuclear magnetic resonance, and Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy.
Fourier transform spectroscopy is more sensitive and has a much shorter sampling time than conventional spectroscopic techniques.
www.yourencyclopedia.net /FTIR.html   (485 words)

 Shimadzu - Solutions for Science - Online Applications   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The use of the FTIR as a reaction monitor can aid in recognizing formation of intermediates as well as in determining depletion of reactants and formation of products.
By purging the system with low moisture air, the instrument is benefited by actively preventing deterioration of the optical components of the hardware, especially the beamsplitter, which is usually hygroscopic in nature.
FTIR has been used for many years to identify or confirm the presence of many drugs.
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 FTIR Micro-spectroscopy services
FTIR micro-spectroscopy applies this technique to samples as small as 5 microns across.
The FTIR spectrometer measures the infrared absorption or reflectance spectrum to determine vibrational frequencies, which provide information on chemical structure and bonding.
FTIR is complementary to Raman spectroscopy and photoluminescence.
www.muanalysis.com /technical/FTIR.html   (577 words)

 FTIR laboratory   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The laboratory is equipped with four Bomem FTIR instruments.
Quantitative FTIR gas analysis was the first activity in our FTIR laboratory and it was started more than a decade ago.
The major drawback of these measurements was that the gas had to be sampled at high temperatures and cooled down to the temperature of the gas cell.
www.risoe.dk /ofd/ftir/ftir_lab.htm   (584 words)

We have been involved in FTIR spectroscopy in one way or another since its earlier days in the mid-1970s.
We have worked for a few leading manufacturers of FTIR spectrometers over the years (Nicolet, Digilab, Midac) and have provided solutions to some of the leading scientists, universities, and corporations in the world.
We believe the best way to achieve this goal is to work closely with our customers, listening to their needs, and then provide solutions customized by design to meet those needs.
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 Unisearch Ftir.htm
The unit also has accessories allowing multiple paths to be monitored with one FTIR base unit making it very cost effective.
Configurations are also available allowing for more than one path to be monitored with a single base unit reducing installation costs.
Because the detector in this configuration is in the receiver, no path radiance correction is required with the IMx as is the case with other bistatic FTIR configurations.
www.unisearch-associates.com /ftir.htm   (868 words)

Notholt, The moon as light source for FTIR measurements of stratospheric trace gases during the polar night: Application for HNO3 in the Arctic, J. Geophys.
Notholt, FTIR measurements of HF, N2O, and CFCs during the Arctic polar night with the moon as light source, subsidence during winter 1992/93, Geophys.
Becker, J. Notholt, Intercomparison and validation of FTIR measurements with the sun, the moon and emission in the Arctic, J. Quant.
www.iup.uni-bremen.de /ftir   (1405 words)

 EPA - TTN EMC - FTIR Technology
The FTIR technology shows promise since it has the capability to measure more than 100 of the 189 Hazardous Air Pollutants(HAPs) listed in Title III of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 (CAAA).Upon passage of the CAAA, measurement methods existed for only 40 of theHAPs.
The FTIR has the capability of measuring multiple compounds simultaneously, thus providing an advantage over current measurement methods which measure only one or several HAPs; FTIR Methods can provide a distinct cost advantage since it can be used to replace several traditional methods(cost savings can vary depending on the number of compounds present).
The use of FTIR is being investigated in two modes: extractive FTIR and open path FTIR.
www.epa.gov /ttn/emc/ftir.html   (304 words)

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