Infrared Analysis of Polymer Surfaces and Strata by KBr Abrasion Techniques
Infrared spectroscopy has played a big role in the analysis of protective and decorative coatings (1,2,3) and continues to be a major technique for proof of polymer and additive identity and structure.
KeywordsTransmission Spectrum Attenuate Total Reflectance Decorative Coating Infrared Transmission Spectrum Stratification Study
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