Bar Code Loader-byte by Ken Budnick

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7b. Quantitative analysis should not be carried out when the MCT detector in use is in such a condition. The nonlinearity in detector response is particularly apparent when the intensity of the infrared radiation detected by the MCT detector is high. A practically useful method to avoid the effect of the nonlinearity is to reduce the intensity of the infrared radiation to a desirable degree by inserting a metallic mesh (available from the manufacturer of an FT-IR spectrometer) in the infrared beam from the source.

Each of the multiple measurements of infrared spectra from the same stable sample under the same condition gives exactly the same result. The wavenumber of the peak maximum position of an absorption band is always reproduced without fail. This accurate determination of wavenumbers ensures reliability in quantitative infrared analysis. A useful absorbance difference spectrum can be obtained between two spectra, as the wavenumbers in both of the two spectra are accurately determined (see Chapter 6).

2002) Qualitative and quantitative analysis of polymers and rubbers by vibrational spectroscopy, In: Handbook of Vibrational Spectroscopy, Vol. M. R. Griffiths), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, pp. 2389–2418. 11. Bokobza, L. (2002) Molecular orientation studies of polymers by infrared spectroscopy, In: Handbook of Vibrational Spectroscopy, Vol. M. R. Griffiths), John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, pp. 2496–2513. 12. Marcott, C. and Noda, I. (2002) Dynamic infrared linear dichroism spectroscopy, In: Handbook of Vibrational Spectroscopy, Vol.

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