Capital Equipment

Capital Equipment

Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer

University of Cambridge

Ft-It Spectrometer. Fourier Transform Spectroscopy Is A Measurement Technique Whereby Spectra Are Collected Based On Measurements Of The Coherence Of A Radiative Source, Using Time-Domain Or Space-Domain Measurements Of The Electromagnetic Radiation Or Other Type Of Radiation. It Can Be Applied To A Variety Of Types Of Spectroscopy Including Optical Spectroscopy, Infrared Spectroscopy (Ftir, Ft-Nirs), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (Nmr) And Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging (Mrsi), Mass Spectrometry And Electron Spin Resonance Spectroscopy. There Are Several Methods For Measuring The Temporal Coherence Of The Light (See: Field-Autocorrelation), Including The Continuous Wave Michelson Or Fourier Transform Spectrometer And The Pulsed Fourier Transform Spectrograph (Which Is More Sensitive And Has A Much Shorter Sampling Time Than Conventional Spectroscopic Techniques, But Is Only Applicable In A Laboratory Environment). Please Liaise With The Research And Facilities Manager (Details Below) To Learn More And Discuss Access.

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Howard Jones
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