Infrared Spectrophotometer

An infrared spectrophotometer is an analytical instrument used to identify materials including organic polymers. Infrared spectrophotometers record the relative amount of energy as a function of the wavelength/frequency of the infrared radiation when it passes through a sample. Therefore, chemical structures of different samples will reflect differences in the IR absorption spectrum allowing for identification of a sample. Unlike a dispersive spectrometer, an FTIR spectrometer or FTIR spectrophotometer is used to simultaneously obtain spectral data of a sample. It does this by using an interferometer to collect the interferogram, also known as the raw data/signal format, which can then be translated into the infrared spectrum of the sample by means of a fourier transform algorithm. As a result there are many advantages including greater signal-to-noise ratio, high resolution, higher throughput, and a short wavelength limit. FTIR spectrometers can be used in a variety of industries including environmental, pharmaceutical, and petrochemical.

CompanyAgilent TechnologiesAgilent TechnologiesAgilent TechnologiesAgilent TechnologiesAgilent TechnologiesAgilent Technologies
ItemCary 630 FTIR Spectrometer4100 ExoScan Series Handheld FTIR640-IR FT-IR Spectrometer5500 Series Compact FTIR4500 Series Portable FTIR4200 FlexScan Series Handheld FTIR
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Wavelength Range7000 to 350 cm-1 (depending on compound)4000 to 650 cm-111000 to 735 cm-1 depending on Optics (Mid-IR and Near-IR)4000 to 650 cm-14000 to 650 cm-14000 to 650 cm-1
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Resolution<2 cm-1up to 4 cm-1Inquireup to 4 cm-14 to 32 cm-1up to 4 cm-1
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DescriptionThe Agilent Cary 630 FTIR spectrometer is versatile, innovative, and intuitive, providing superior quantitative and qualitative information for routine analysis of solids, liquids, and gases. With a wide range of sample interfaces and high performing optics, - including Agilent’s unique and ...The 4100 ExoScan is a one module, 6.5 lb. system that is equally at home in the lab or at site. The system is as versatile as it is rugged and features a choice of interchangeable sampling interfaces that make the ExoScan a highly useful hand-held mid-IR spectrometer. You can choose diffuse, grazing...The Agilent Cary 640 FTIR Spectrometer is an easy-to-operate, high performance spectroscopy solution with low cost of ownership. The Cary 640 FTIR is controlled using high performance operating software and can also be fitted with a wide range of accessories to provide extra capabilities. The ...The Agilent 5500 Series FTIR Spectrometers are designed for one purpose – to provide you with great results rapidly and reliably – day after day. The combination of great performing optics, innovative sampling interfaces and intuitive software provides information on liquid and solid samples faster ...The Agilent 4500 Series Portable FTIR Spectrometers are portable analyzers that support efforts associated with at site analysis of incoming materials and outgoing finished products in the chemical, food and polymer industries. They are also ideal for proactive maintenance programs of high value ...The 4200 FlexScan Series FTIR (handheld) is a dual module system – the optical module weighs 3 lbs and it is attached to the 4 lb electronics module by a power cable. The electronics module can be worn on a belt or in a shoulder pack. The 4200 analyzer uses the same interferometer and optics as ...
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