The Coblentz Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1954. Its purpose is to foster the understanding and application of vibrational spectroscopy. The Coblentz Society is a technical affiliate of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS).
The Coblentz Society now has an online portal for keeping your membership data current. The new portal allows members to pay their dues, and register for events online. The Society also has an online Event Calendar to help members keep track of Coblentz related events.
The Coblentz Society participates in several conferences where vibrational spectroscopy is featured. In March the society will attend PittCon where it will present the Williams-Wright award and participate in the ABB sponsored Bomem-Michelson award.
The Coblentz Infrared Database is now available in a digital format that can be used for spectral searching. Click Coblentz Society Infrared Spectral Collection for ACD/Labs for more details.
The Coblentz Society provides reference material in the form of publications of Spectral Databases.and Special Collections (In Hardbound Books)
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The Coblentz Society is an exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The 2017 vote for the Coblentz Society's Board of Managers will soon begin. If you are interested in standing in the election or volunteering your time to support the Society please contact the society's President.
The Coblentz Society publishes a newsletter twice per year. Archives of all previous Coblentz Newsletters dating back to 1955 are available online.
We welcome member submissions to the Coblentz newsletter. Submissions can be made online, through the online Newsletter Item submission form or by contacting a Coblentz newsletter editor.
Show your support for the Coblentz Society at conferences, at work, etc with society logo-ed polo's, a traditional t-shirt, or other society gear available online.
Join the Coblentz LinkedIn Group to connect with other members.
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