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Guaranteeing that materials meet performance and safety specifications requires the application of an increasing number of non-destructive tests. Infrared spectroscopy is a cornerstone of high-quality materials characterization, and mobile and handheld spectrometers provide the necessary flexibility for non-destructive testing of materials under a variety of conditions. 
 
In this webinar, we will discuss the use of handheld Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) for non-destructive analysis of composite and polymer surfaces: looking at the effects of UV radiation, thermal overexposure, and surface cleanliness on bonding. Webinar delegates will learn how mobile spectroscopy can be applied in manufacturing and service processes, toward increasing bond strength, insuring coating adhesion and material quality, and characterizing environmental damage mechanisms.
 
Attendees will leave with a strong understanding of technology advancements and applications of handheld FTIR for materials analysis as well as the importance of non-destructive molecular analysis.

Why should I attend the webinar?

·         Discover the latest techniques for qualifying composites for bonding and coating processes
·         See how new testing technology can detect environmental damage mechanisms in polymers and composites
·         See how mobile spectroscopy can be used to improve manufacturing and service processes
·         Find out how screening can be used to increase bond strength, insure coating adhesion and insure product quality
·         Learn about recent advances in handheld and mobile instrumentation

Speakers

John Seelenbinder, Ph.D., Marketing Manager – Mobile FTIR Agilent Technology
Mark Holmes (Moderator), Editor, Reinforced Plastics

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