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FT-IR Spectral Libraries

Nicolet®/Aldrich Raman Condensed Phase Library



General description

Libraries may be used with OMNIC®, GRAMS®/32, or Spectral I.D.® (Z407488) and are supplied on CD-ROM. Libraries are in deresolved format and contain spectra at 16 cm-1 resolution by 8-bit ordinate precision.
• Contain spectral data from 4,000 to 450 cm-1
• Best used when searching compounds with significant spectral differences
• Generally not suitable when using spectral subtraction or other precision spectral identification techniques

The Aldrich Raman Condensed Phase Library consists of 14,033 FT-Raman spectra of various substances, most of which are pure organic or inorganic compounds. A Nicolet Raman 950 spectrometer (with a germanium detector) was used to collect the Raman spectra. The spectra were then saved in Raman Shift format. All of the spectra were originally measured at 2cm-1 resolution and then deresolved during conversion to the library format. The OMNIC version can be used in place of the old GALACTIC version.

Other Notes

Other libraries are available –please inquire.
• Alcohols and phenols
• Aldehydes and ketones
• Carboxylic acids, esters, lactones, and anhydrides
• Polymers
• Solvents
• More

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Nicolet is a registered trademark of Thermo Electron Corp.

OMNIC is a registered trademark of Thermo Electron Corp.

Spectral ID is a registered trademark of Galactic Industries Corp.

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