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Introducing the New Dimension IconIR Nanoscale Infrared Spectroscopy and Chemical Imaging System

Our applications experts and special guest speaker discuss and demonstrate the state-of-the-art features and capabilities of the Dimension IconIR.
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Learn about the state-of-the-art capabilities of Bruker's new nanoIR platform.

The IconIR is expected to enable groundbreaking research across a broad range of applications.

Watch this presentation to:

  • Explore the hardware and instrumentation, operational modes, and imaging capabilities of the Dimension IconIR platform.
  • Gain new insight into the system's unique ability to combine AFM-IR spectroscopy with advanced quantitative property mapping techniques.
  • Understand how the new platform compares to traditional nanoIR instruments.
  • See the Dimension iconIR demonstrated in real-time, performing high-performance nanoIR spectroscopy and AFM imaging.

 

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Combine Industry-Best AFM Capabilities with Photothermal IR Nanospectroscopy


Join us and our special guest Prof. Alexandre Dazzi, Ph.D., University Paris-Sud, France, as we will introduce the Dimension IconIR platform and demonstrate its unique, industry-leading features and state-of-the-art capabilities.

This presentation focuses on providing practical guidance for researchers and demonstrating the applicability of the Dimension IconIR for groundbreaking research across a broad range of polymer, geoscience, semiconductor, and life science applications.


To find out more about this event, the Dimension IconIR, or any of our other solutions for nanoscale infrared spectroscopy, please contact us.

Recorded November 9, 2021

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Welcome & Introduction: Features and Capabilities of the Dimension IconIR

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A User’s Experience: Core capabilities of the Icon IR

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Speakers

Miriam Unger, Ph.D.
Applications Manager EMEA, NanoIR, Bruker Nano GmbH

Prof. Alexandre Dazzi, Ph.D., Université Paris-Saclay, France

Hartmut Stadler, Ph.D., Application Scientist, Bruker