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Single Fiber Analysis by Internal Reflection Infrared Microspectroscopy
Justin Hall, Kansas State University,
Microbeam Molecular Spectroscopy Laboratory, Shellenberger Hall, Kansas State University,
(Received 11 August 2000; accepted 25 February 2001)
Attenuated total reflection (ATR) is a convenient mode for single fiber analysis by infrared microspectroscopy, particularly when transmission spectra are difficult to obtain or when surface preferenced sampling is desirable. Textile finishes such as spin finishes, anti-static finishes, and permanent press finishes are revealed by ATR techniques. Bicomponent fibers may be analyzed by a combination of ATR techniques, transmission techniques, and spectral subtraction.
forensic science, infrared microspectroscopy FT-IR, ATR single fiber spectroscopy, surface analysis, nondestructive fiber analysis, internal reflection spectroscopy, IRS
Paper ID: JFS15151J
Title Single Fiber Analysis by Internal Reflection Infrared Microspectroscopy
Symposium , 0000-00-00
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