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FT-IR in Academia:Chemistry Applications

  • 17 Jun 2021
  • 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM

Thu, Jun 17, 2021 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM NZST

This 35-minute webinar gives a general outline of the applicability of infrared spectroscopy in the field of chemistry. The speakers briefly explain the basics of FT-IR spectroscopy and the according techniques to obtain molecular information. The goal is to give the audience a clear overview of the possible applications of FT-IR spectroscopy in chemistry. There will be a moderated live Q&A session afterwards.

Who should attend:
- PhD students
- University staff
- Laboratory managers
- Junior professors

Topics discussed:
- FT-IR fundamentals and measurement techniques
- reaction tracings
- Investigation of catalytic processes
- Crystallinity and polymorphism
- Spectroscopy in the glovebox
- FT-IR microscopy

About the speakers:
Dr. Xia Stammer studied physical chemisty at Ruhr-Uni Bochum and KIT with a focus on surface functionalization and characterization.
Dr. Simon Hugo Schlindwein studied chemistry at the University of Stuttgart with a focus on organic phosphorus and sulfur chemistry.

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