Optimizing the Workflow for Microplastic Analysis by FT-IR Microscopy
Microplastics are becoming a major global environmental concern with plastics and microplastics turning up in everything and everywhere - including consumer products, especially food and beverages, and even within the digestive systems of marine species.
A range of analytical techniques have been applied to the analysis of microplastics. Of the techniques adopted, infrared (IR) spectroscopy, and more specifically IR microscopy, is the primary analytical technique for the detection and identification of microplastics.
Download this white paper to discover how to optimize the microplastic analysis workflow using FT-IR Microscopy, with details on:
- Sample collection
- Sample cleanup and preparation
- Data collection and analysis