Molecular spectroscopy comprises methods that consider the interaction of molecules with electromagnetic radiation. They allow statements to be made about the structure of molecules and the presence of functional groups. In addition to standard methods such as UV-VIS spectroscopy and infrared spectroscopy, we also offer nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR).
With the existing 400 MHz instrument different one- and two-dimensional (e.g. COSY, HMBC, etc.) NMR spectra of different nuclei (e.g.: 1H, 13C, 29Si, 31P) can be measured.
These then allow statements to be made about the structure of molecules, for example. NMR spectroscopy is also suitable for the quantification (qNMR) of organic components in mixtures. This technique is characterized in particular by the fact that no corresponding reference substance is required for the quantification of a component.