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Accessing the Spectral Range Below 50cm-1 with VERTEX

Bruker's advanced VERTEX research FT-IR spectrometers offer access to the THz spectral range below 50 cm-1. Achieving the highest sensitivity and resolution in the FIR/THz region often necessitates the use of liquid helium-cooled bolometers as detectors to extend the spectral limit down to the single digital wavenumber range.

However, liquid helium is both expensive and, in some regions, unavailable, presenting a significant bottleneck for many researchers.

The verTera Terahertz extension for the VERTEX 80v vacuum spectrometer can overcome these limitations.

THz technology is complementary: it cannot access the traditional infrared range but allows for THz spectroscopy with room temperature components. VerTera combines the advantages of both technologies, offering a comprehensive analysis of your samples.

Key Focus

  • The challenges and opportunities of FT-IR spectroscopy in far IR/THz region
  • Vacuum benefits for FT-IR spectroscopy and THz experiments
  • The basic principle of verTera continuous wave THz technology
  • An example application using verTera combined with FT-IR 

Who Should Attend?

  • Professors and postdocs
  • Lab professionals
  • Research fellows
  • Graduated Students and P.hD.s  

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