Molecular Spectroscopy Classes

Today, spectroscopy is used in a wide range of disciplines to help unravel the complexities of nature and our modern world. Spectroscopy can be used to determine qualitative molecular structure and also the quantitative characteristics of chemical reactions. The samples and the end results dictate the specifications for the instrument and accessories. Shimadzu offers a broad product line which allows you to choose an appropriate spectrophotometer for your laboratory and budget.

Available Classes:

FTIR-101: Introduction to FTIR

Dates
12/17/2018 - 12/17/2018
Status
Available
Dates
02/06/2019 - 02/07/2019
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Available
Dates
06/05/2019 - 06/06/2019
Status
Available

FTIR-113: FTIR Microscopy

Dates
12/18/2018 - 12/19/2018
Status
Available
Dates
04/17/2019 - 04/18/2019
Status
Available

FTIR-115: Micro Sampling Best Practices

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FTIR-121: Chemometrics and Quantitation

Dates
02/25/2019 - 02/26/2019
Status
Available

RF-101: Introduction to RF

Dates
01/18/2019 - 01/18/2019
Status
Available
Dates
03/08/2019 - 03/08/2019
Status
Available
Dates
05/24/2019 - 05/24/2019
Status
Available

UV-101: Introduction to UV-Vis-NIR

Dates
02/04/2019 - 02/05/2019
Status
Available
Dates
06/03/2019 - 06/04/2019
Status
Available

UV-111: Integrating Spheres and other Reflectance Accessories

Dates
12/04/2018 - 12/04/2018
Status
Available
Dates
05/27/2019 - 05/28/2019
Status
Available

Shimadzu's Full Class Catalog:

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FTIR-101: Introduction to FTIR

This course provides knowledge of basic Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) Spectroscopy technique, hands-on with sampling and applications. The course also covers introduction to most popular FTIR accessories and established the pros and cons of each accessory with hands-on examples for a wide range of customer’s applications.

Prerequisites:  Basis understanding of FTIR technique and products (Shimadzu or non-Shimadzu)

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FTIR-113: FTIR Microscopy

This course provides knowledge of Shimadzu AIM-9000 microscope, FTIR technique, Shimadzu FTIR benches, and accessories. The course will focus on application training, laboratory work and sample analyses with the aim of gaining advanced expertise on the use of AIM-9000 FTIR microscope.

Prerequisites:  Basic understanding of FTIR technique and products (Shimadzu or non-Shimadzu)

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FTIR-115: Micro Sampling Best Practices

This 1-day course aims to train on the proper practices of micro sampling for FTIR Microscope analysis. It will focus on sample preparation for FTIR microscope analysis and will also provide basic knowledge of Shimadzu AIM-9000 microscope with some hands-on sampling using the microscope.

Prerequisites:  Basic understanding of FTIR technique and products (Shimadzu or non-Shimadzu)

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FTIR-121: Chemometrics and Quantitation

This course provides knowledge of quantitation and chemometric analysis with FTIR. The course will focus on proper sampling technique for quantitation and chemometric applications, data analysis and determination of concentrations of multiple species in a mixture.

Prerequisites:  Basis understanding of FTIR technique and products (Shimadzu or non-Shimadzu)

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RF-101: Introduction to RF

This course provides knowledge of basic Fluorescence (RF) Spectroscopy technique, Shimadzu Fluorescence benches and accessories. The course will focus on theory of fluorescence spectroscopy, optical components, application training, laboratory work and sample analyses with the aim of training users to understand the technique of fluorescence spectroscopy and operate Shimadzu RF instruments.

Prerequisites:  Basic College Chemistry, Review materials sent before class

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UV-101: Introduction to UV-Vis-NIR

This course provides knowledge of basic Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) Spectroscopy technique, Shimadzu UV-Vis benches and accessories. The course will focus on theory of spectroscopy, optical components, application training, laboratory work and sample analyses with the aim of training users to understand the technique of spectroscopy and operate Shimadzu UV-Vis instruments.

Prerequisites:  Review materials sent before class

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UV-111: Integrating Spheres and other Reflectance Accessories

This course provides knowledge of basic Ultraviolet-Visible (UV-Vis) Spectroscopy technique, mid-size Shimadzu UV-Vis benches and reflectance accessories. The course will focus on accessories used in Shimadzu UV-Vis spectrophotometers to measure reflectance data.

Prerequisites:  UV-101 – Best Practices course Or Experience and knowledge of UV-Vis Spectroscopy. Review material sent out before the class

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