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New paint guide standardizes methods of infrared spectra collection

Tuesday, 27 September 2011

This ASTM standard is useful for quality control, formula control, process control, failure analysis, chemical identification, compositional comparisons and raw material comparisons.

ASTM International launched the new standard guide for infrared spectra collection "ASTM D7588, Guide for FT-IR Fingerprinting of a Non-Aqueous Liquid Paint as Supplied in the Manufacturer’s Container". This guide standardizes a technique for collecting infrared spectra of non-aqueous liquid paints right out of the can without the need for time-consuming separation of components. The standard is useful for quality control, formula control, process control, failure analysis, chemical identification, compositional comparisons and raw material comparisons. This standard is under the jurisdiction of Subcommittee D01.21 on Chemical Analysis of Paints and Paint Materials, which is part of ASTM International Committee D01 on Paint and Related Coatings, Materials and Applications.

New guide of ASTM International standardizes a technique for collecting infrared spectra of non-aqueous liquid paints right out of the can. Source: Yaroslav Pavlov/Fotolia
New guide of ASTM International standardizes a technique for collecting infrared spectra of non-aqueous liquid paints right out of the can. Source:...
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