What is FTIR?
Named for the use of the Fourier transform mathematical process, FTIR converts raw data into an infrared spectrum of absorption or emission of a solid, liquid or gas.
It is non-destructive and delivers fast, on-site results thanks to advanced handheld technology.
FTIR spectrometers simultaneously collect high spectral resolution data over a wide spectral range. There are benefits over using a dispersive spectrometer which measures intensity over a narrow range of wavelengths at a time.
Applications for FTIR
- Polymers and Surface Coatings
- Mineral Identification
- Safety Detection of Degradation
- Soil Science
- Historical Artifacts
- Quality Control
PAS provides leading FTIR analysis solutions.