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September 20, 2011

Technology Forum
FT-IR Spectroscopy
FT-IR spectroscopy is an important tool in the analytical laboratory, and its use has been extended by the advent of portable instruments for field operation. Participants in this Technology Forum include Richared Larsen of Jasco, Inc., Sharon Palmer and Jerry Sellors of PerkinElmer, and Simon Nunn of Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Tune in to the latest in FT-IR Spectroscopy
Each month Thermo Fisher presents informative and educational webinars on topics of interest to the FT-IR community. Tune in to our latest offering or listen to recordings of previous sessions. Topics include: Solving QA/QC and analytical problems with FT-IR, ATR sampling, transmission analysis and spectral interpretation.. Join our growing community of FT-IR experts at www.thermoscientific.com/ftirwebinars.
Featured News
Japanese Drug Discovery Advances
Japanese scientists have developed a new approach designed to overcome complexities of developing new, more effective drugs to treat diseases, including cancer.



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Question of the Week

What possible FT-IR innovation interests you the most?

A) Greater sensitivity
B) Streamlining the process for the user
C) Faster sampling
D) Increased use of hyphenated techniques and IR microscopy
E) Increased adoption of handheld instrumentation outside the laboratory

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Last Week's Results

What new applications for ICP-MS are you most likely to use in the future?

ICP-MS for characterization of nanoparticles
Speciation or measurement of the chemical forms of the elements, at trace and ultratrace levels
Forensic matching of evidence based on its trace-element composition
Finding previously undiscovered elements by doing ICP-MS experiments at very high mass

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