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Fourier methods in analytical chemistry

I. IR Fourier transform spectroscopy
  • R. Geick
Original Papers

Summary

Starting with the basic physical principles, the method of Fourier transform spectroscopy is described and explained. In addition to the technical and mathematical details, as for instance error correction, examples are presented with spectra obtained by this method. Advantages and disadvantages are discussed. New special developments in Fourier spectroscopy are briefly mentioned, e.g., phase modulation, compensative mode, and amplitude spectroscopy. Finally, some problems in analytical chemistry which have been studied by means of Fourier transform spectroscopy are summarized (155 references).

Key words

Fourier-Transformation Grundlagen, Anwendungen, Überblick 

Fourier-Methoden in der analytischen Chemie

I. IR-Fourier-Transform-Spektroskopie

Zusammenfassung

Ausgehend von den physikalischen Grundlagen wird das Verfahren der Fourier-Transform-Spektroskopie beschrieben und erläutert. Neben technischen und mathematischen Einzelheiten (wie z. B. Fehlerkorrektur) werden auch praktische Beispiele diskutiert. Vor- und Nachteile des Verfahrens werden erörtert. Neue, spezielle Entwicklungen in der Fourier-Spektroskopie werden kurz erwähnt, z. B. Phasenmodulation, Kompensationsmethode und Amplitudenspektroskopie. Abschließend werden einige analytische Probleme besprochen, die mit Hilfe der Fourier-Transform-Spektroskopie untersucht wurden (155 Literaturzitate).

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  • R. Geick
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  1. 1.Physikalisches Institut der UniversitätWürzburg

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