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Overcoming challenges in the rapid infrared and Raman analysis of forensic evidence

Infrared and Raman spectroscopy have become important components of a complete forensic investigation. The highly specific nature of spectroscopic chemical analysis greatly facilitates the identification of unknown compounds. Infrared microanalysis works great for drug and trace identification as well as identifying unknown compounds. Raman analysis can be readily used for drug analysis through polymer bags and is invaluable in evaluating paints, as many pigments contain organometallic compounds that are readily analyzed by Raman.

During this webinar, we’ll dive into some of the common challenges when performing rapid infrared and Raman analysis. Join us and webinar guest speaker, Dr. Tom Tague, where we will address these challenges and highlight innovative solutions. Real-world examples will be presented, showing how easily infrared and Raman spectroscopy can identify trace evidence.

Download the webinar now to learn how to solve common challenges when performing rapid infrared and Raman analysis of forensic evidence, courtesy of Quantum Analytics.

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