Infrared chemical imaging and high temperature emission spectroscopy facility [ 2002 - 2002 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Prof MA Wilson Dr BH Stuart Prof RI Kagi Dr CJ Kepert A/Prof B Dlugogorski A/Prof AA Adesina Prof LA Kane-Maguire Dr BJ Kennedy Dr CP Roux Dr PS Thomas Dr BJ Reedy A/Prof B Ben-Nissan Dr AS Ray

Brief description Infrared spectroscopic imaging uses infrared radiation to analyse the chemical properties of microscopic samples in a fast and powerful manner. The images produced provide information about the different molecular chemistry at each pixel in the image. This is one of the latest and perhaps most important developments in vibrational spectroscopy, with wide applications in materials science, forensic science and the biological sciences. It is an exceptional tool for the analysis of heterogeneous solids, whether these be seized drug samples, cancer cells, fibres left at a crime scene, layers of paint from a car or a Monet painting, or polymer blends.

Funding Amount $290,000

Funding Scheme Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities

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