Molecular Spectroscopy

Smarter spectroscopy. Definitive answers.

Be confident in your analysis with our innovative molecular spectroscopy solutions when making critical decisions. From NIR, FT-IR and Fluorescence, to Raman and UV-Vis, we deliver a full spectrum of answers with instruments and  user-friendly software.



HME webinar

Getting your formulation to market quickly and efficiently is paramont in creating the next generation of pharmaceutical products. Melt Extrusion (HME) opens new paths in today's formulation research. Spectroscopic techniques such as Near-Infrared (NIR) and Raman chemical imaging provide an elegant and robust opportunity for in-line and at-line monitoring of these emerging processes.


HME Webinar

Our recent webinar presentation will give you valuable insight in the powerful combination of HME and spectroscopy to enhance the efficiency of pharmaceutical research.


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Product focus

The New NanoDrop One/OneC Spectrophotometers are here!

Quantify and qualify DNA, RNA and proteins with only 1-2 µL in seconds with the Thermo Scientific™ NanoDrop™ One microvolume UV-Vis spectrophotometers. These next-generation NanoDrop instruments are built with intelligent technology to

  • Collect data fast using Auto-Measure
  • Identify contaminants in samples
  • Provide corrected concentrations
  • Access guided troubleshooting

Understand the quality of your sample before using it in downstream applications, and move one step closer to your PhD, publication, patent or discovery.

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Video spotlight

Introducing the Thermo Scientific™ DXR™xi Raman imaging microscope

Intuitive elements such as automatic feature recognition make the DXRxi Raman imaging microscope an ideal solution for laboratories. The instrument can deliver stunning images almost instantly, without the user needing to be an expert in spectroscopy.

Reveal the unanticipated with the DXRxi Raman imaging microscope

Application corner

Characterizing Graphene with Raman Spectroscopy

Understand differences between the G-band and D-band to distinguish layers of graphene in a graphite IR spectrum.


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Extra-helpful resources

Polymer problems identified

Visit our online polymer spectroscopy resource center to learn how you can analyze your polymer problem.

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CAD L1 Molecular Spectroscopy D