FTIR Transmission Spectra Databases


Our Transmission spectra were measured at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology in Japan (AIST) under strict controls.

  • The instruments were regularly maintained and calibrated
  • The quality of the spectra has been verified by expert spectroscopists
  • Fine chemical producers in Japan provided the high purity samples
  • The samples were checked using NMR and MS
  • The data input was checked through secondary verification
  • Samples were measured with KBr, Liquid Film or Nujol with a spectral range of 4000 cm-1 to 400 cm-1

Name & Description P/N

FTIR KBr Database

L40001

22.995 spectra measured using KBr sample prep methods.

 

FTIR Liquid Film Database

L40004
7.018 spectra measured using Liquid Film sample prep methods.  

FTIR Nujol Database

 L40005

21.127 spectra measured using Nujol sample prep methods (two volumes).

 

Polymers & Polymer Additives Database

L50002

1.273 KBr & Liquid Film spectra of polymers, plastics and polymer additives

 
Food Additives & Food Packaging Database L50003
1.684 KBr & Liquid spectra of substances added to food including substances regulated by the FDA. Also spectra of indirect food additives such as substances that come into contact with food e.g. packaging and processing substances.  
Solvents Database L50004
668 KBr & Liquid  spectra of solvents.  
Organometallics & Inorganics Database L50005
1.445 KBr & Liquid spectra of organometallic, inorganics, silanes, boranes and deuterium compounds.  
Biochemicals Database L50006
4.590 KBr & Liquid R spectra of biochemicals including vitamins, resins, starches, glycerides, fatty acids, sugars, carbohydrates, proteins and peptides.  
Aldehydes & Ketones Database L50007
4.226 KBr & Liquid  spectra of aliphatic and aromatic aldehydes and ketones.  
Alcohols & Phenols Database L50008
2.744 KBr & Liquid  spectra of alcohols and phenols.  
Esters & Lactones Database L50009-1
4.335 KBr & Liquid  spectra of esters and lactones, anhydrides and carboxylic acids.  
Anhydrides & Carboxylic Acids Database L50009-2
4.920 KBr & Liquid  spectra of anhydrides and carboxylic acids.  
Hydrocarbons & Halogenated Hydrocarbons Database L50010
1.417 KBr & Liquid spectra of hydrocarbons and halogenated hydrocarbons.  
Flavors, Fragrances &  Cosmetic Ingredients Database L50011
1.912 KBr & Liquid  spectra of flavors, fragrances and ingredients used in the cosmetic industry.  
Pesticides Database L50012
958 KBr & Liquid spectra of pesticides including insecticides, herbicides, algaecides and fungicides.  
Semiconductor Chemicals Database L50013
664 KBr & Liquid spectra of chemicals used in the Semiconductor industry.  
Forensic Database L50014
1.555 KBr & Liquid  of compounds commonly of interest in forensic laboratories.  
Dyes, Pigments & Stains Database L50015
1.473 KBr & Liquid  spectra of selected dyes, pigments, stains and indicators.  
Sulfur & Phosphorus Database L50016
5.025 KBr & Liquid  spectra of sulfur and phosphorus containing compounds.  
Hazardous Chemicals Database L50017
2.664 KBr & Liquid spectra of selected chemicals included in the EPA Cameo Database for Chemical Emergencies and Responders and USCG Chris Hazardous Chemicals database.  
Hazardous & Toxic Chemicals Database L50018
6.604 KBr & Liquid spectra of toxic  chemicals included in the EPA Cameo Database for Chemical Emergencies and Responders, the USCG CHRIS Hazardous Materials database, the NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards Databases (NPG) and additionally chemicals regulated under the Toxic Substances Control Act.  
Pharmaceuticals, Drugs & Antibiotics Database L50020
2.806 KBr & Liquid  spectra of active substances and aids commonly used in pharmaceutical industry.  
High Production Volume Chemicals Database L50021
1.123 KBr & Liquid  spectra of substances included in the HPV Challenge Program Chemical List. The U.S. high production volume (HPV) chemicals are those, which are manufactured in or imported into the United States in amounts equal to or greater than one million pounds p.a.  
Excipients Database L50022
438 ATR-FTIR spectra of pharmaceutical and cosmetic excipients. (Spectra are included in L50020)
 

Hummel IR Transmission Spectra Databases

Name & Description P/N

IR Hummel Industrial Polymers Volume 1-3

L70001

5.000 Transmission spectra: Each compound in Volume 1 is identified by its IUPAC or common names. Vol. 2 and 3 additionally contain the chemical structure.

 

IR Hummel Industrial Polymers Volume 1

L70002
1.910 IR spectra collection of natural and synthetic polymers, elastomers, resins like natural, paint & finishing resins, moulding and printing inks, oils, fats, waxes, tars, inorganic compounds, adhesives, putties, cements, protective colloids, curing agents, initiators and activators, accelerators and modifiers.  

IR Hummel Industrial Polymers Volume 2

 L70003

1.570 spectra. The following is a breakdown of the monomer classes presented in the database: 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.

 

IR Hummel Industrial Polymers Volume 3

L70004

The database 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.

 
IR Hummel Defined Polymers
L70011
2.900 polymer spectra with extensive sample information.  
IR Hummel Defined Polymers, Basic Collection
L70012
1.140 selected infrared spectra from the collection "Defined Polymers”.  
IR Hummel Infrared Surfactants Collection
L70021
1.020 spectra of surfactants compiled by Professor Dieter Hummel, University of Cologne in co-operation with Chemical Concepts.  
IR Industrial Organic Chemicals L70031
20.095 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.*  

Other 3rd Party Transmission Spectra Databases

Name & Description P/N

Takayama Plastics Additives Transmission Database

L50104

654 Transmission spectra of antioxidants, plasticizers, lubricants, UV absorbers, light stabilizers, fillers, etc. produced by Japanese chemical manufacturers. (Spectra are not included in L40001)

 

Nicodom Kidney Stone Database

L70120
1.668 transmission spectra of human kidney stones and related chemicals. This is a collection of compounds found in human kidney such as different types of oxalates, phosphates, urates, other minerals and their mixtures as well as stones of drug or organic origin. (Spectra are not included in L40001)  

Toronto Forensic Database

 L70061

The Toronto Forensic Library contains 3.800 FT-IR spectra of illegal and legal drugs, drug precursors and reagents used to prepare them and other substances encountered in forensic analysis. (Spectra are not included in L40001) Please note: The spectra of this database were measured at the Forensic Laboratories of the Canadian Department of Health& Welfare. (Spectral Range: 4000- 650 cm-1, Resolution: 2 cm-1 or 4 cm-1)

 

NIST Database

L70062

5.228 IR spectra from two sources: "EPA Vapor-Phase IR Library" (3.108 spectra) and from NIST laboratories (2.120 spectra).
The original EPA-IR collection contained 3,300 spectra measured by GC-IR under EPA contract at 4
cm-1 resolution from 450 to 4000 cm-1. NIST spectra were measured on an integrated capillary GC-MS-IR instrument at 8 cm-1 resolution, most between 550 and 4,000 cm-1. Spectra have been baseline corrected and all have been converted to exact 8.0 cm-1 resolution. EPA spectra are given in the range 450- 3966 cm-1and NIST spectra were acquired from 550 - 3846 cm-1.

 
Dr. Hanst Gas Spectra Database
L70063-1/2
393 IR spectra of gases and vapors including those normally encountered in the environment and in industry. Gases such as CO2, CO, NO2, NO, methane, dimethyl ether, etc. Vapors are the gaseous phase of compounds that normally are liquids or solids, such as water, methanol, pentane, and diethyl ether. The spectra are supplied with a spectral resolution of 0,5 and 1,0 cm-1.
(L70063-1 for qualitative analysis, L70063-2 for quantitative analysis).