Infrared Emission Spectroscopy of Solids Using Dispersion Instruments
Infrared emission spectra of carboxylic acids on metal surfaces and of various solids were measured with Perkin-Elmer Model 112 and Model 521 spectrometers. The exploratory experiments indicate that emission methods could be applied in special cases for the examination of the surfaces of opaque bulk solids.
KeywordsOleic Acid Emission Spectrum Infrared Emission Background Emission Emission Method
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