FTIR Spectroscopy is a versatile analytical technique capable of providing a chemical fingerprint for a wide range of inorganic and organic samples. FTIR Spectroscopy can identify, characterise and qualify a large variety of samples from biological to clay minerals. It excels at tackling ‘problem samples’, identifying unknowns or confirming identification based on a reference material.
James Hutton Limited typically uses FTIR for industrial applications such as:
Our FTIR Laboratory provides a comprehensive range of analyses solutions tailored to each sample type, from simple homogenous materials to highly complex matrices and mixtures.
The James Hutton Institute FTIR laboratory is accredited to ISO17025; this is an internationally recognised Quality Standard providing confidence at every step, from sample receipt to the final report.
A fast turnaround service is available for the analysis of high priority samples.
FTIR is just one of a range of analytical services available via James Hutton Limited. Used alone or in conjunction with others, FTIR can provide valuable insight into contamination problems in a wide variety of industries and materials.
For more information about the work in this section and sample preparation contact: Jean Robertson Tel: +44 (0) 1224 395119
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