Practical guide to infrared microspectroscopy

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This work represents a sound introduction to the fundamental principles of infrared microspectroscopy (IMS). It describes how IMS is used to solve specific microanalytical problems in a variety of disciplines, including forensic analysis, art conservation, and geological, pharmaceutical and electronics research. The book discusses when and how to use special techniques such as line scanning, 3-dimensional imaging and attenuated total reflection and grazing-angle spectroscopy.

Practical Guide to Infrared Microspectroscopy 1995, CRC Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780824794491

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