Scientific instruments are finally becoming more accessible by implementing smart touch controls. Although touchscreens have long since found their way into everyday applications, spectroscopic devices pose a special challenge in software design.
With OPUS-TOUCH, Bruker offers the first and truly optimized software for measuring, interpreting and processing IR spectroscopic data, by combining a slim design with exceptional functionality.
The toolset of OPUS-TOUCH provides all necessary functionalities. Materials are verified by the Quick Compare spectra comparison method, that provides validated, unmistakable results, while spectrum search in commercial or your own libraries identifies unknown samples. Predefined workflows for routine tasks significantly improve your user experience and minimize the time needed to perform measurements.
Components in complex materials are quantified using Lambert-Beer based calibrations and for spectrum characterization peak-picking can be applied on the original spectrum or, if overlapping bands need to be separated, its derivatives.