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Nanoscale IR spectroscopy for Molecular Understanding of Polymer Systems – Webinar by Dr. Meyers, Dow Chemical

Anasys Instruments, the world leader in nanoscale FTIR spectroscopy, is hosting a webinar on May 25th with The Dow Chemical Company titled “Achieving Molecular Understanding of Polymer Systems Using Nanoscale IR Spectroscopy”.

Craig Prater, CTO, Anasys Instruments, will provide an overview of the AFM-IR technique & key industrial applications available on the nanoIR2™ platform.

Greg Meyers, PhD, Dow Chemical, will discuss the use of AFM-IR to provide a deeper understanding at the molecular level of polymer systems to observe chemical contrasts in polymeric materials. The ability to obtain IR spectra at high spatial resolutions has allowed them to observe the subtle and sharp changes in polymeric films, blends, and membranes.

Gregory F. Meyers, PhD, is a Fellow in Core R&D – Analytical Sciences at The Dow Chemical Company.  Meyers has technical leadership roles in strategic planning within the Surface & Interface Characterization group. His technical area of expertise is in scanning probe microscopy, where he leads Dow's global AFM capability.

The webinar will be held on Wednesday May 25th at 8am Pacific Time; 4pm UK; 5pm Europe.

Please register here.

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