Infrared Pseudo Matrix Isolation: A Catalog of Spectra for Chemical Analysis
Spectrometry is becoming increasingly relevant in fuel research. As our consumption of fuels is growing, our concern for the multidisciplinary problems of environmental control becomes more pressing. Here, chemistry is deeply implicated. Fundamental questions remain to be answered, and there is an insistent demand for technological solutions to well-defined problems. This concern, encouraged by a growing public awareness of overall environmental problems, emphasizes the need for vigorous research in the field of fuel chemistry. Spectrometry comprises just one facet of this effort, but one of wide scope, which significantly affects other areas of investigation.
KeywordsEthyl Ether Dimethyl Ether Methyl Ethyl Ketone Methyl Chloride Carbonyl Sulfide
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