Experiment Systems



Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy(FTIR)

A Fourier Transform spectrometer consists of a Michelson interferometer with a moveable mirror and a broadband source. An interference pattern is obtained at each position of the mirror, and these ‘interferograms’ are combined and a Fourier transform calculated to retrieve the absorption at each wavelength. The technique is a rapid and efficient method for measuring the absorption spectra of samples, and can be used for both solid state structures and pharmaceutical samples. 

Bruker Vertex 80V


Manufacturers: Bruker

Specification Model: VERTEX 80V

Instrument Number000028


Instrument Current status: normal

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Function / Application: far infrared, mid-infrared, near-infrared absorption spectrum

Main accessories:Variable temperature attachment (Janis ST-100)


Instrument Specifications:

Spectral range: 25,000 - 10 cm-1

Temperature range: 5 - 310K

Resolution: better than 0.25cm-1

Wavenumber accuracy: better than 0.01 cm-1

Transmittance accuracy: better than 0.1% T

Signal / noise ratio: greater than 46,000:1


Technical characteristics:

Vacuum optical platform, eliminating the impact of the tests on air, moisture

Minimum wave number: 10 cm--1

Minimum temperature :5K

High magnetic field: 36T



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