SEM, FTIR, Fluorescence, Sample Preparation, and Other Micromethods Courses
Courses taught at the McCrone Research Institute range from basic, introductory courses, emphasizing the proper use of the microscope, to specialized courses focusing on a particular technique, a particular material, or a particular industrial, forensic or environmental field of application.
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You may also register for courses by mailing or faxing the McCrone Course Registration Form PDF to 312-842-1078 or by calling us at 312-842-7100.
NEW COURSE COMING SOON: Microscopy of Combustion Products: Char, Soot, and Ash
Additional information on each course, including tuition, syllabi, and dates offered can be accessed through the following links:
Scanning Electron Microscopy and X-ray Microanalysis (1402)
Sample Preparation and Manipulation for Microanalysis (1501E)
Digital Imaging and Photomicrography (1105)
Fluorescence Microscopy (1210)
Microchemical Methods (1270A)
Practical Infrared Microspectroscopy – FTIR (1422)
Raman Microspectroscopy (1430)
Please visit our Web site often for updates on new and rescheduled courses. If there is a course or a subject not listed that you are interested in, please contact the registrar.