Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR)


Near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIR) is a highly flexible form of analysis, which can be applied to a broad range of research and industrial process applications.

Near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIR) is a highly flexible form of analysis, which can be applied to a broad range of research and industrial process applications. Long a staple technology in remote sensing, NIR reflectance spectroscopy has become popular within industrial markets as a cost-effective tool for measuring materials to optimize processes and manage costs.

Published 15 Jan 2020

Malvern Panalytical’s ASD TerraSpec® Halo for the Mine Geologist – An overview by geometallurgist Stacey Leichliter

Authored by Stacey Leichliter – Stacey has published numerous articles on geo-metallurgy, domestically and internationally. Stacey has served as an exploration geologist, working and performing research on epithermal gold and porphyry gold-copper deposits. She received her undergraduate degree in Geology…READ MORE >

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Published 26 Dec 2019

Public Universities in São Paulo Brazil have “Uber” for renting multi-user lab equipments

Considered a great initiative, public Universities of São Paulo in Brazil rent their state-of-the-art equipment as a means of sharing infrastructure and expertise with other institutions and companies in the public and private productive sector. This action is possible through…READ MORE >

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Published 4 Dec 2019

Notes from Malvern Panalytical’s ASD Technical Support – ASD Software Packages

ASD Spectroscopy Software Packages A few of the more common questions Malvern Panalytical’s ASD technical support team receive regarding our software solutions are: What do they do? What is the difference between them? What applications are they best suited for?…READ MORE >

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Published 12 Nov 2019

Introducing Field Characterization of White Micas using the ASD TerraSpec Halo

One such group of minerals that the ASD TerraSpec Halo identifies and provides associated scalars for are the white micas.

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Published 30 Oct 2019

Malvern Panalytical Presents: Spooky Stories in Materials Analysis

It’s in the crisp coolness of the air. The leaves are changing color. Fall season is upon us. We are in the midst of autumn and the feeling of eeriness is among us as Halloween approaches. Did you know? Our…READ MORE >

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