Powerful Solutions from UV/Vis/NIR to FTIR to Raman and All The Applications In Between

Webcast

Thursday, March 31st, 2022 at 2pm EST | 11am PST | 8pm CET | 7pm GMT Join us for this webinar to learn about the Agilent family of spectroscopy instruments, including UV-vis, UV-vis-NIR, fluorescence, FTIR, and Raman, with a focus on instruments that are particularly well suited for use in teaching and in core facilities.

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Event Overview:

You need to go no further than the Agilent Cary family of molecular instrumentation when it comes to providing solutions to your application measurement needs. Rugged in design and historically known for high-quality measurement capabilities, the Cary family has the instrument you need for the problem at hand, from the simple to the complex. Join us in this webinar as we look at what the Cary family has to offer in measurement capabilities from UV-vis/UV-vis-NIR to fluorescence to FTIR to Raman. These spectroscopy techniques provide the bedrock of a laboratory’s ability to provide answers to today’s problems and grow to future needs.

In this webinar, we will be introducing you to the instruments and their capabilities to provide your teaching labs with the edge they need to produce an exceptional learning experience for students. Additionally, this same family of instruments can be at the center of the core laboratory, providing outstanding results.

This webinar will outline key analytical instrumentation from Agilent Technologies that have the power to make a difference.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Enhance your knowledge of UV-vis-NIR, fluorescence, FTIR, and Raman spectroscopy
  • Introduce FTIR hardware and software innovations well suited for academic laboratories
  • Show the usefulness of UV-vis-NIR across different environments
  • Introduce you to Agilent’s Raman choices

Who Should Attend:

  • Academic Lab Managers and Users, Core Facilities managers

Speakers

Dr. Yanqia Wang
Application Engineer
Agilent

Dr. Yanqia Wang started working for Agilent Technologies Inc. as an FTIR applications engineer in 2013, providing pre- and post-sale application support. The products he covers range from benchtop FTIR microscopes to various mobile FTIR spectrometers. Dr. Wang received his PhD in analytical chemistry from Duke University in 2004, doing dynamic IR spectroscopy research. Then he joined the Fitzpatrick Center for Photonics at Duke University, developing instrumentation for tissue analysis with Raman spectrometry. From 2007 to 2013, Dr. Wang worked for Avery Dennison Corp. as a spectroscopist, providing molecular analytical support to the research & development group.

Dr. Mark Fisher
Application Engineer
Agilent

Mark Fisher graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1982 with a Doctorate in Chemistry with an emphasis in Analytical Chemistry. He is currently in his 29th year with Agilent. His duties include pre-sales support functions such as application support, demonstrating spectrophotometers and accessories, training of sales force.

Register Free: http://www.spectroscopyonline.com/spec_w/power_mol