Infrared and Raman Users Group
The Infrared and Raman Users' Group (IRUG) is an international non-profit organization "dedicated to the professional development of its members by providing a forum for the exchange of infrared (IR) and Raman spectroscopic information, reference spectra and materials. IRUG is composed primarily of individuals within the art conservation and historic preservation fields who use IR and Raman spectroscopy to study the world's cultural heritage. ... The collaborative IRUG Database is a compilation of more than 1000 infrared spectra of oils, waxes, natural and synthetic resins, pigments, proteins, gums, dyes and natural minerals in digitized (JCAMP.dx) and hard copy formats. " (extracted from website).
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Conferences / seminars
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Searchable access to IR spectra. Members can directly upload spectra.