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In modern spectroscopic instruments, the IR absorption, transmission, or scattering spectra are detected by scanning the phase shift between two split parts of a light beam, which is the essence of the Fourier-transform spectrometry.

This technique provides a significant gain in photometric accuracy and frequency precision. The InfraLUM FT-08 mid-IR FT and InfraLUM FT-10 near-IR FT spectrometers, featuring a state-of-the-art robust vibration- and misalignment-proof design, allow a user to conveniently perform a variety of analytical functions, such as identification of an unknown substance, qualitative and quantitative analysis of solutions, mixed substances, or of complex natural objects, detection of impurities in atmospheric air and gases, and a functional structural analysis. Using a correlation analysis, from the IR spectrum of a sample an analyst can also determine its physical and chemical properties or biological characteristics, such as sprouting ability of seeds, caloric content of food products, grain size, density, etc. To facilitate performing the analyses, the instruments are furnished with a variety of accessories, dedicated SpectraLUM control, data acquisition and processing software package, and calibration and reference databases. The capability of fast identification and detection of many constituents of a complex mixture in a single run brings the performance of these instruments on par with a whole chemical laboratory.

In modern spectroscopic instruments, the IR absorption, transmission, or scattering spectra are detected by scanning the phase shift between two split parts of a light beam, which is the essence of the Fourier-transform spectrometry.

This technique provides a significant gain in photometric accuracy and frequency precision. The InfraLUM FT-08 mid-IR FT, and InfraLUM FT-10 and InfraLUM WholeGrain near-IR FT spectrometers, featuring a state-of-the-art robust vibration- and misalignment-proof design, allow a user to conveniently perform a variety of analytical functions, such as identification of an unknown substance, qualitative and quantitative analysis of solutions, mixed substances, or of complex natural objects, detection of impurities in atmospheric air and gases, and a functional structural analysis. Using a correlation analysis, from the IR spectrum of a sample an analyst can also determine its physical and chemical properties or biological characteristics, such as such as protein, fats, moisture, sugar, cellulose, starch, fibres, etc. To facilitate performing the analyses, the instruments are furnished with a variety of accessories, dedicated SpectraLUM control, data acquisition and processing software package, and calibration and reference databases. The capability of fast identification and detection of many constituents of a complex mixture in a single run brings the performance of these instruments on par with a whole chemical laboratory.

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