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IR Data Collections

Hummel Polymers
Industrial Polymers
Defined Polymers
Defined Polymers Basic Collection
Surfactants

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Target Groups


Organic Chemicals
Industrial Organic Chemicals
Near Infrared Spectra
IR Fluka Collection

 

IR Hummel Industrial Polymers
IR Hummel Industrial Polymers
- Volume 1 -


This new collection of polymers, elastomers and fibers consists of spectra of natural and synthetic construction polymers, natural and synthetic fibers, elastomers, miscellaneous resins like natural resins, paint and finishing resins, impregnation and casting resins, dispersion, moulding and printing inks, oils, fats, waxes, tars, inorganic compounds, adhesives, putties, cements, protective colloids, curing agents, initiators and activators, accelerators and modifiers. The collection contains 1,900 polymer spectra with extensive sample information.
All spectra are high quality FT-IR spectra at a resolution of 2 cm-1 (data point distance 1 cm-1). Associated legends quote references, inform about the origin and the synthesis of the polymers as well as the sample preparation. Each compound is identified by its IUPAC or common names.

IR Hummel Industrial Polymers
IR Hummel Industrial Polymers
- Volume 2 -


The following is a breakdown of the monomer classes presented in the data collection: Vinyl monomers, pyrolyzates, alcohols, phenols carboxylic acids and their salts, esters, anhydrides, amides, hydrazides, urethanes, cyanates, fulminates, heterocycles, amino and thiocarboxylic acids, sulphonamides, technical solvents and more.
With 1,570 spectra, this IR library is one of the world's largest commercially available collections of monomers used in polymerization processes.
All spectra are high quality FT-IR spectra at a resolution of 2 cm-1 (data point distance 1 cm-1). Associated legends quote references, inform about the origin and the synthesis of the polymers as well as the sample preparation. Each compound is identified by its IUPAC or common names and chemical structure

IR Hummel Industrial Polymers
IR Hummel Industrial Polymers
- Volume 3 -


Additives and auxiliaries are among the most important products used in the polymer industry. Professor Hummel's new enhanced polymer additives and auxiliaries database provides a comprehensive reference source of information for polymer chemists and technologists. Prof. Hummel's enhanced database contains spectra of new materials that make structural determination and identification of polymer additives and auxiliaries faster and easier than ever before.
The data collection contains 1,520 FT-IR spectra within the following classes:
antioxidants, stabilizer (including PVC stabilizer), light stabilizer, coloring agents, brightening agents, fillers, plasticizers, elasticators, extenders, processing agents, textile auxiliaries, vulcanization agents and rubber auxiliaries.
All spectra are high quality FT-IR spectra at a resolution of 2 cm-1 (data point distance 1 cm-1). Associated legends quote references, inform about the origin and the synthesis of the polymers as well as the sample preparation. Each compound is identified by its IUPAC or common names and chemical structure.

IR Hummel Defined Polymers
IR Hummel Defined Polymers

The collection contains 2,900 polymer spectra with extensive sample information.
All spectra are high quality FT-IR spectra at a resolution of 2 cm-1 (data point distance 1 cm-1). Associated legends quote references, inform about the origin and the synthesis of the polymers as well as the sample preparation. Each compound is identified by its IUPAC or common names.

Table of Defined Polymers

IR Hummel Defined Polymers Basic Collection
IR Hummel Defined Polymers Basic Collection

The collection contains 1,136 carefully selected polymer spectra with extensive sample information. All spectra are high quality FT-IR spectra at a resolution of 2 cm-1 (data point distance 1 cm-1). Associated legends quote references, inform about the origin and the synthesis of the polymers as well as the sample preparation. Each compound is identified by its IUPAC or common names.

 

IR Hummel Surfactants
IR Hummel Surfactants

This data collection contains 1,020 spectra of surfactants. It has been compiled by Professor Dieter Hummel, University of Cologne in cooperation with Chemical Concepts. All spectra are high quality FT-IR spectra at a resolution of 2 cm-1 (data point distance 1 cm-1).
In addition to the spectrum, the following information is available:
Chemical or technical names, Sample description, Source, Measurement technique

Editor

Prof. Dr. D. O. Hummel was born 1925 in Backnang, Germany. After his military service in the 2nd World War he studied chemistry at the Technical University of Stuttgart. He got his PhD 1955 and worked at Robert Bosch GmbH as infrared spectroscopist for 3 years. 1958 he joined the Institute of Physical Chemistry at the University of Cologne and became full Professor 1971. Prof. Hummel's work in the field of polymer spectroscopy has gained international recognition and he documented his scientific work in 19 books.

Target Groups
Spectroscopy, chemistry, polymer chemistry, plastics technology, plastics industry, materials science, physics

IR Industrial Organic Chemicals
IR Industrial Organic Chemicals
- Volume 1 + 2 -


This collection contains 20,330 Infrared spectra of 17,770 common organic compounds produced by chemical companies. 5,600 of these spectra are taken from literature spectra and recalculated from peak tables. In addition to the molecular structure, in most cases the following information is available: Chemical name, Purity, Melting point, Boiling point, Density, Molecular formula, Molecular weight, CAS-No, Measurement conditions, Resolution

 

Near Infrared Spectra
Near Infrared Spectra

Chemical Concepts' Near Infrared Spectrum collection contains 1,900 common organic compounds each coming along with two spectra in the range of 3,800 to 7,200 cm-1 and 6,300 to 10,500cm-1. All spectra have been recorded on a Bruker IFS 88 spectrometer at a spectral resolution of 2 cm-2. Chemical structures and additional information are included:
Chemical name, Purity, Melting point, Boiling point, Density, Molecular formula, Molecular weight, CAS-No, Manufacturer's article number, Path length

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Available Database Formats
Galactic; Bruker; Shimadzu; Nicolet; ACD; Perkin Elmer; Mattson; Lumex; SpecTacle

IR Fluka Collection
IR Fluka Collection

The IR Fluka collection comprises 2,491 IR spectra and structures from compounds listed in the Fluka catalogue. In addition to the molecular structure, the following information is available depending on format: Chemical name, Molecular formula, Molecular weight, CAS number, Measurement conditions, Sampling procedure, Catalogue number, Comments.

Available Database Formats
Galactic; Bruker; Shimadzu; Nicolet; ACD; Perkin Elmer; Mattson; Lumex; SpecTacle