Indian Council of Agricultural Research
(Agricultural Knowledge Management Information System)


ICAR-Central Institute of Fisheries Technology, CIFT Junction Matsyapuri PO, Cochin-682029, Kerala (www.cift.res.in)
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Instrument Details
Instrument/Facility Name: Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectrometer
Make                                   : Thermofischer scientific, USA
Model                                  : Nicolet IS10, 2010
Specification   :Nicolet iS10 FT-IR spectrometer is a complete infrared spectroscopy system for routine analytical needs and delivers the highest confidence in the verification and identification of materials.

Click to View(a) Beam Splitter: KBr/Ge mid-infrared optimized (standard) (b) Source : Mid-infrared Ever-Glo and Tungsten/halogen (c) Spectral Range : 7800-350 cm-1 optimized, mid-infrared KBrbeamsplitter (d) Spectral Resolution : Better than 0.4 wavenumber (e) Detector : Fast recovery deuteratedtriglycine sulfate (DTGS) (standard)

  Working Principles
Click to ViewInfrared spectroscopy is a simple, reliable analytical technique for organic materials. FT-IR instrument relies upon interference of various frequencies of light to collect a spectrum. The spectrometer consists of a source, beamsplitter, two mirrors, a laser and a detector; the beamsplitter and mirrors are collectively called the interferometer. The IR light from the source strikes the beamsplitter, which produces two beams of roughly the same intensity. One beam strikes a fixed mirror and returns, while the second strikes a moving mirror. A laser parallels the IR light, and also goes through the interferometer. The moving mirror oscillates at a constant velocity, timed using the laser frequency. The two beams are reflected from the mirrors and are recombined at the beamsplitter. The transmitted portion reaches the detector, which records the total intensity. The raw detector response yields an interferogram.

  Applications
  User Instructions
Sample should be submitted in solution or powder form Generally 5 ml of solution is sufficient for analysis Solvents such as alcohol or acetone is more preferable for diluting the sample Explosive, poisonous s and toxic gases or fumes cannot be undertaken FTIR analysis. Moisture content is not acceptable in FTIR analysis because of KBr crystal.

  Contact Us
Contact No. 0484-2412300
Email Id prasadmm@hotmail.com

  Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectrometer Charges
Procedure Name
Industry
University
National LAB/R&D
Remark
Analysis for single spectrum from single sample including sample preparation
1500
250
600
Per element/sample

Additional Rs 100/-towards postal charges if result are to be posted
The Demand Draft should be in favour of "The Director, ICAR-CIFT, Cochin OR the payment can be made directly at ICAR-CIFT office"
Letter, DD & Samples send to "The Director, ICAR-CIFT, Willingdon Island, Cochin, Kerala-682029 "