Infrared and Raman Courses, Inc., exists solely to provide continuing education resources for vibrational spectroscopy to the scientific community.
2019 COURSE OFFERINGS:
Vibrational spectroscopy is an extremely useful and cost effective technique for the structural elucidation of molecules and ions, as well as polymers. The ability to interpret vibrational spectra and hence to identify the presence or absence of organic or inorganic functional groups and their surrounding environment is vital to anyone who uses an infrared or Raman spectrometer.
Interpretation of Infrared and Raman Spectra. • 24 ‐ 27 June, 2019, Lille, France
Interpretation of Infrared and Raman Spectra. • September 30 ‐ October 4, 2019, Philadelphia, PA
The course is designed to present a strategy to determine chemical structure from both infrared and Raman spectra. Participants master how to interpret spectra in a "learn by doing" environment. The goal is to make correct band assignments with the use of multiple spectral bands and features to determine correct chemical structures.