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Using FT-IR Spectroscopy in Catalysis Research

Catalysis is ubiquitous in the chemical industry. A huge 90 % of all commercially manufactured chemical products are estimated to include solid catalysts at some point in the process.

FT-IR reaction monitoring is one of the most popular tools when it comes to understanding the entire catalysis process, e.g., the adsorption of reactants, surface reaction, the formation of surface-anchored intermediates, and the desorption of products (time-resolved).

This Webinar Covers the Following Topics:

  • Current research interest in (heterogeneous) catalysis
  • Critical cornerstones for instrumental setups
  • Available accessories for in-situ reaction monitoring
  • Application examples from various research fields 

Who Should Attend: 

  • Professors and postdocs
  • Lab professionals
  • Research fellows
  • Graduated Students and PhDs 

About the Speaker

Dr. Xia Stammer

Application Scientist FT-IR, Bruker Optics

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