Our extensive series of spectral libraries includes information specific to application, industry or spectral technique.
Take the guesswork out of your spectral analysis and create greater efficiencies in your lab with our comprehensive library that features fully-reviewed, high-quality spectroscopy databases, enabling the identification of compounds for applications including Hazmat, Forensics, Food, Polymers and Organic Chemistry.
Thermo Scientific* Aldrich Polymers FT-IR Spectral Library is a subset of Aldrich FT-IR Library related to polymers.
The Thermo Scientific Aldrich Raman Condensed Phase Spectral library is designed to assist forensic scientists and investigators.
The Thermo Scientific Aldrich Raman Condensed Phase Spectral library, which contains many common chemicals found in the Aldrich handbook of Fine Chemicals, represents the most comprehensive collection of FT-Raman spectral re
The Thermo Scientific Aldrich Solvents FT-IR Spectral Library is a subset of Aldrich FT-IR Library related to solvents.
The Thermo Scientific Coatings Technology FT-IR Spectral library and included handbook are highly valuable for the analysis of a wide variety of common coating materials.
The Thermo Scientific Commercial Materials FT-IR Spectral Library is a four library set with material-specific collections of commercial interest, which includes spectra of minerals, polypropylene additives, explosives and epoxies.
The Thermo Scientific Common Materials and White Powders Spectral Library is particularly useful to Homeland security and National Guard investigators.
The Thermo Scientific EPA Vapor Phase FT-IR Spectral Library contains materials selected for inclusion by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The Thermo Scientific Flavors and Fragrances FT-IR Spectral Library represents a collection of vapor phase chemical compounds of interest to food and cosmetic scientists.
The Thermo Scientific Food Additives FT-IR Spectral Library features condensed phase FT-IR spectra of compounds of interest to the food industry.