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Molecular Orientation in an Ultrathin Film: MAIRS on FT-IR 27.05.2015

On May 13, 2015, Posted by , In Webinarii, By ,,, , With No Comments

Learn how MAIRS can be used to obtain the in-plane and out-of-plane vibrational spectra of thins films from a single sample, and how these spectra are used to determine the molecular orientation of the films. More info and registration here: Reveal Molecular Orientation in an Ultrathin Film: MAIRS on FT-IR….

Live Webcast: ICP-MS in Food Analysis – It’s Not Just for Inorganic Samples Anymore

LIVE WEBCAST: Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 9:00 EDT/ 2:00pm BST/ 3:00pm CEST Register for free at Event Overview: Nowadays, society demands new analytical methodologies to assess the quality and traceability of foods. Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) is a powerful tool for multi-element analysis at trace and…

Webinar: XPS Depth Profiling 20.05.2015

Outside of large area point analysis, depth profiling is probably one of the most common experiments performed with an XPS instrument. In the next presentation of our XPS Simplified Webinar Series, we: Introduce XPS depth profiling Describe what is needed for an XPS depth profile experiment Discuss experimental considerations Show…

EDS Turbocharged! 24.03.2015

On March 10, 2015, Posted by , In Webinarii, With No Comments

In our next presentation in X-ray microanalysis, EDS Turbocharged! we show how both Quantitative X-ray Element Maps and X-ray Phase Maps can now run in real time to rapidly speed your X-ray mapping. Date: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 Time: Session 1: 10 a.m. (EDT) / 14:00 (GMT) Check Time Session 2:…

PS Simplified: The Basics of XPS 2 – From the sample to photoelectrons to spectra to results 11.03.2015

On February 27, 2015, Posted by , In Webinarii, With No Comments

In the next presentation of our XPS Simplified Webinar Series, we will look at the analysis of a single sample to show: A step-by-step guide to a routine XPS analysis. Explain how is XPS data interpreted? Show how quantified chemical composition information is obtained? Demonstrate how XPS images and depth…

Rethinking Raman Raman Microscopy and Imaging for Shared Academic Laboratories 05.03.2015

On February 24, 2015, Posted by , In Webinarii, With No Comments

Raman spectroscopy is essential to competitive academic research in many applied scientific disciplines, including materials science, life science research, and chemical and biological engineering.  Advances in Raman microscopy and imaging have made the technique accessible to a wide variety of researchers, regardless of expertise or field of study. During this…

Label-free Cellular Analysis with Raman Imaging 19.02.2014

On February 19, 2015, Posted by , In In Curand,Webinarii, With No Comments

Among the topics to be discussed in this webinar: Collection of Raman images from live cells showing the distribution of biological components including nucleic acids, cytochrome c, lipids and proteins. Examples of how Raman imaging can be used for chemical analysis of live cells, bacteria cells and model organisms More…

The Perfect Complement to EDS 17.02.2015

On February 16, 2015, Posted by , In In Curand,Webinarii, With No Comments

Register Now! In this technical presentation, we investigate several confounding X-ray interferences in EDS and how WDS is able to bring clarity both in the investigation of spectra and mapping. More info here: WDS to the Rescue: Improving your SEM/EDSWavelength-dispersive spectrometry (WDS) is the perfect complement to EDS. The unmatched…

Nanoscale Materials User Meeting 2015 25-27.02.2015

On February 9, 2015, Posted by , In In Curand,Noutati,Webinarii, With No Comments

Learn about emerging trends and innovative technology in Surface Analysis and Microanalysis. Click here for more information: Invitation to our Nanoscale Materials User Meeting 2015Our 2015 Nanoscale Materials Users Meeting offers an unprecedented opportunity to gain insights from experts in surface analysis and microanalysis. With presentations from guest speakers and…

Webinar: Intro to FT-IR Microscopy Sample Handling 10.02.2015

On January 29, 2015, Posted by , In Noutati,Webinarii, With No Comments

Topics will include: Use of the diamond compression cell for transmission analysis Multilayer films embedded in epoxy examined by reflection or ATR Thin films prepared by microtome for transmission analysis Sampling consideration in ATR Imaging Minimizing sample preparation through use of a microvise Who should attend?  Scientists and engineers in:…

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