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In the Lab, In the Field—Agilent FTIR Spectrometers Take You Further

Agilent offers a range of FTIR spectrometers, from flexible handheld systems and robust portable analyzers for field applications, to reliable benchtop FTIR instruments for routine testing and cutting-edge research. Agilent Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy systems deliver efficient performance for your specific measurement type. With accessories and supplies including a range of attenuated total reflection (ATR) options, Agilent FTIR instruments are quick and easy to optimize for every application.

FTIR is a fast, easy and reliable technique for material identification and quantification of constituents in a sample. Benefit from user-focused workflows and comprehensive FTIR performance in the lab, in the field, and everywhere in-between.

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FTIR Analysis & Applications Overview

A guide to modern applications of FTIR analysis using benchtop and handheld instruments.

ATR-FTIR Spectroscopy Overview

Learn about the most common FTIR sampling technique for measuring liquids, solids, powders, semisolids, and pastes.

Read reviews on the Cary 630 FTIR Spectrometer

Explore customer reviews posted on SelectScience, or write your own review.

Molecular Spectroscopy Pharma & Biopharma Solutions Guide

Learn about products & applications in pharma & biopharma using UV-Vis, FTIR, fluorescence, SORS & TRS technology.

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The Agilent Cary 630 FTIR Spectrometer for Material Identification Applications

Using the Cary 630 FTIR spectrometer and Agilent MicroLab FTIR software to perform fast, easy, and reliable workflows for the analysis of different sample-types.

As Easy as 1, 2, 3: Makes FTIR Analysis Fast and Simple

Upgrade your Agilent FTIR spectrometer with the latest version of MicroLab software. Intuitive and easy-to-use, step-by-step guidance and instructive pictures.

Fast, Easy, and Reliable Measurements of Liquid Samples Using Transmission FTIR

Comparison of the DialPath Module and a traditional liquid cell for the quantification of simethicone using the Agilent Cary 630 FTIR

Pharmaceutical Analysis using FTIR: Compliance with European, US, Indian, and Japanese Pharmacopoeia

Meeting the requirements of global pharmacopoeia with the Agilent Cary 630 FTIR

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4300 Handheld FTIR Demonstration

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Agilent Releases MicroLab 5.8, MicroLab Pharma 5.8, and MicroLab Expert 1.3

The new revision of software that powers the Cary 630 FTIR spectrometer—as well as Agilent handheld and mobile FTIR systems—is now supported on Microsoft’s latest operating system – Windows 11. The MicroLab Pharma 5.8 software now also utilizes Microsoft SQL Server 2022 Express, supported by Microsoft until 2028.

Primer - Agilent Solutions for the Lithium-Ion Battery Industry

Unclear where to begin your lithium-ion battery testing journey? Need clarity on how to address multiple testing needs? Read Agilent's introductory guide to mineral, processing, cell component, and leak testing solutions and set your lab up for success.

Cary 630 FTIR Spectrometer Advances Research of Plastics in the Environment

The Agilent Cary 630 FTIR spectrometer provides reliable, high-quality data, and cost-effective analyses when identifying the types of plastics in different sample matrices. A recently published white paper reviews how research-groups located around the world have used the Cary 630 FTIR for the analysis of plastics in environmental samples.

Featured Training & Events

Advances in FTIR and UV-Vis: No Need for Cells in Liquid Sample Analysis

This webcast will highlight the benefit of advanced sampling technologies in achieving fast, easy, and reliable measurements of liquid samples in comparison with the traditional liquid cells used for FTIR and UV-Vis measurements.

FTIR Spectroscopy in Pharmaceutical Analysis: Hardware, Applications, Tips & Tricks

Stay up to date with the best practices to minimize costly downtime and achieve great results from your systems.

Improve ROI with Fast Assessment of Decarboxylation Status in Cannabis and Hemp Extracts

A key step in cannabis oil production is the decarboxylation of naturally produced THCA to psychotropic THC or CBDA to CBD, respectively. This step can be done either before extraction by heating the flower or after extraction by heating the cannabis oil. In both cases, heat is used to speed up the decarboxylation process. But with this heating step come considerations and problems. Excess heat or time will degrade the cannabinoids to unwanted side products, and it will tie up production capacity and generally incur higher production costs. To better control this important processing step, we have developed an infrared (IR) monitoring solution that can track decarboxylation progress in near real-time. We have been able to validate the process for decarboxylation of both THCA and CBDA in both flower and oil. We will present our monitoring solution and the Agilent IR platform that enables this work.

Molecular Spectroscopy Webinar Curriculum

Molecular Spectroscopy Webinar Curriculum includes UV-Vis, UV-Vis-NIR, fluorescence, handheld and benchtop FTIR, and Raman systems for high performance and flexibility

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