Instrumental and Sampling Factors in Infrared Microspectroscopy

    Published: Jan 1987

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    Infrared microspectroscopy is an emerging technical field of great promise. As with all new fields, there are experimental techniques and applications specifically related to this field. This paper discusses some general features and experimental techniques developed for use with a commercial infrared microspectrometer as applied to fiber identification. It then discusses a specially constructed infrared microscope which may be utilized with specialized accessories, diamond anvil cells, to generally and easily obtain infrared spectra of specimens which are initially too thick.


    infrared microspectroscopy, identification of microscopic particles

    Author Information:

    Katon, JE
    Professor of chemistry and director, Miami University, Oxford, OH

    doctoral student, Miami University, Oxford, OH

    Lang, PL
    Professor of chemistry and director, Miami University, Oxford, OH

    Schiering, DW
    Perkin-Elmer Corporation, Norwalk, CT

    O'Keefe, JF
    Copeland Corporation, Sydney, OH

    Committee/Subcommittee: E13.03

    DOI: 10.1520/STP19439S

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