Using IR and Raman Databases to Help Solve Real-World Chemical Problems
September 13th - 14th, 2022
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Join us for a two-part webinar series on the effective use of IR & Raman searching.
Sign up for both or choose a session that works best for you during this two-day series! Register today!
Get information on how Infrared (IR) and Raman database searching can help you solve real-world chemical problems involving polymers and polypeptides (Part I) and microcontaminants (Part II). Dr. Curt Marcott, Light Light Solutions, will present two diverse sessions on IR and Raman database searching, based on his extensive experience and applications in various subjects.
Know the importance in ascertaining as much information as possible about the use of database searching.
Learn what actions you can to take to solve chemical identification problems with information from spectral libraries.
Apply these strategies to provide key insights into the analysis of polymeric materials and protein-containing samples.
Using search strategies to help identify microcontaminants whose spectra are often highly overlapped with an IR-absorbing matrix.
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Curtis A. Marcott
Curtis A. Marcott has 45 years of experience using optical spectroscopy and other analytical and physical measurement capabilities to solve industrial problems. He is a former Research Fellow at Procter & Gamble where he worked for over 28 years in the Corporate Research Optical Spectroscopy Laboratory. Dr. Marcott received the 1993 Williams-Wright Award from the Coblentz Society for achievement in industrial vibrational spectroscopy and was named the 2001 Cincinnati Chemist of the Year. He is expert in polarized IR spectroscopy and 2DIR. He has vast experience in both polymer and life science applications of spectroscopy. He co-authored a landmark paper on laboratory FT-IR hyperspectral imaging in 1995, and has been intimately involved with the development of nanoscale IR spectroscopy and imaging, giving invited seminars around the world. Curt holds three patents, has 145 publications and given over 650 scientific presentations.