Entering the Blogosphere

Why are we here?

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Nearly everyone has a blog these days. An internet connection plus a few taps on the keyboard can expose you to myriad blogs on health, finance, technology, world affairs or how to cook exclusively in a crock pot.

We weren’t blogging about any of those things, mostly because we aren’t experts in those categories (certainly not in cooking, although perhaps some of us are very good at speedily consuming those slow-cooked meals). However, there is one blog-worthy topic near and dear to us: near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy. We’ve been doing it for a few decades at BUCHI, and so we’ve accumulated some knowledge on the subject. Rather than keep those insights all to ourselves, we wanted to drop some here in our shiny, new blog.

Our goal is to create and share content that will be useful for the information seekers, the inquisitive and questioning people out there scouring in the inter-webs to improve their efficiency, productivity or bottom line. Whether you are in the market for, or already own NIR equipment, we hope that you will find something in this blog that will help you along your journey toward successful implementation and laboratory or process data domination.

If you can’t find that golden nugget of information you’re seeking, consider contacting us¬†with questions or to request some feasibility studies.

We hope you’ll come away from this blog thinking something along the lines of this lyric brought to us by the classic American band the Beach Boys, who harmonized:

“I’m picking up good vibrations… good, good, good, good vibrations!”

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