Published: Jan 1960
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A procedure is presented for obtaining well-comminuted and uniformsize particles of nonbrittle samples for dispersion in KBr disks or for other applications for spectrum analysis. A range of nonbrittle materials including tobacco, biological samples, resins, paper, and other organic materials which present a difficult problem, particularly in infrared analysis, have been comminuted at liquid nitrogen temperatures, and their infrared spectra are presented and compared with those from other methods of preparation.
Strait, Louis A.
Professor of Biophysics, University of California, San Francisco, Calif.
Hrenoff, Michael K.
Principal Laboratory Technician and Associate in Biophysics, University of California, San Francisco, Calif.