Fourier-transform infrared photopyroelectric spectroscopy of solids: a new technique

A novel anal. technique, Fourier-transform IR photopyroelec. spectroscopy (FT-IR-P2ES) is demonstrated and applied to spectroscopic investigations of solid materials. The salient features of the technique and its advantages over other conventional FT-IR photothermal methods are discussed. A few selected quant. applications are presented as examples of the versatility and sensitivity of the new technique.


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Applied Spectroscopy, 44, 1, 132-143
Year:
1990
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Copyright 2003 ACS
CAPLUS
AN 1990:190776
CAN 112:190776
79-1
Inorganic Analytical Chemistry
73
Lab. Chim. Tech.,Ec. Polytech. Fed. Lausanne,Lausanne,Switz. FIELD URL:
Journal
APSPA4
written in English.
Carbon black Role: USES (Uses) (coating, in anal. of biomer and Mylar films by FTIR photopyroelec. spectroscopy); Infrared spectrometry (Fourier-transform, of solids, with photopyroelec. detection); Spectrochemical analysis (IR, Fourier-transform, of solids, with photopyroelec. detection); Charcoal Role: ANT (Analyte), ANST (Analytical study) (activated, anal. of, FTIR photopyroelec. spectroscopic)
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