Routine and Research Analysis in Academia with FTIR, UV-Vis and Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Powerful Solutions Without Complexity
May 24, 2016
8:00 a.m. PDT / 11:00 a.m. EDT
16:00 BST / 17:00 CEST
Chemical analyses are of fundamental importance in academic environments. Whether your area of interest lies in the classroom or in the laboratory, from teaching to cutting-edge research, success in academia depends upon reliable, affordable and easy to use instrumentation with the lowest possible operational costs. The molecular spectroscopy portfolio from Agilent Technologies comprises a complete and analytically-complimentary range of instruments that have been designed and built to succeed in this challenging environment. Agilent's Cary family of FTIR, fluorescence and UV-Vis-NIR products are rugged and reliable enough to withstand use in teaching laboratories while providing the flexibility and performance needed for use in various research labs. Whether determining the completion of an organic synthesis reaction, determining protein concentration in a microbiology lab, qualifying materials for use in an engineering project, or even identifying minerals in a geology lab, Agilent's spectroscopy instruments have the accessories and featured needed. With Agilent's unique, modern and capable range of FTIR, fluorescence and UV-Vis -NIR instruments you can be sure that every application in your academic environment will be handled with ease.
This webinar will outline key analytical instrumentation from Agilent Technologies that is essential to success in the academic environment. This session will include topics such as:
• FTIR hardware and software innovations suited to academic laboratories
• UV-Vis-NIR in the academic environment
• Key advantages of fluorescence spectrophotometry in teaching and research research
During this webinar you will also get an exclusive look into the Cary 630 FTIR MicroLab Expert software and new accessory enhancements that will take the complexity out of your analysis.
Kevin Grant, Ph.D.,
Cary UV-Vis and Fluorescence Product Manager,