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Main Title Modern fourier transform infrared spectroscopy /
Author Christy, Alfred A.
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Ozaki, Y.
Gregoriou, Vasilis G.
Publisher Elsevier,
Year Published 2001
OCLC Number 48761769
ISBN 0444500448; 9780444500441
Subjects Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy. ; Infraroodspectrometrie. ; Fourier-spectrometrie. ; FT-IR-Spektroskopie ; Infrarotspektroskopie
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EJDM  QD75.W75 vol. 35 QD96.I5 Env Science Center Library/Ft Meade,MD 11/12/2004
Collation xx, 356 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Ch. 1. Electromagnetic radiation and the electromagnetic spectrum -- 1.1. Wave nature of electromagnetic radiation -- wave characteristics and wave parameters -- 1.2. Quantum concept and particle nature of electromagnetic radiation -- 1.3. Units of wave parameters -- 1.4. Origin of electromagnetic radiation and electromagnetic spectrum: [gamma]-rays to microwave -- Ch. 2. Interaction of electromagnetic radiation with matter -- 2.1. Absorption of electromagnetic radiation -- 2.2. Presentation of data: a line spectrum -- 2.3. Line broadening in infrared absorption spectrometry -- 2.4. Measured spectra of diatomic molecules -- 2.5. Normal or fundamental vibrations -- 2.6. Infrared spectrum of polyatomic molecules -- Ch. 3. Theory of infrared spectroscopy -- 3.1. Principles of infrared spectroscopy -- 3.2. Characteristics of infrared spectroscopy -- 3.3. Molecular vibrations -- 3.4. A vibration of a diatomic molecule -- 3.5. Quantum mechanical treatment of a vibration of a diatomic molecule -- 3.6. Vibrations of polyatomic molecules -- 3.7. Quantum mechanical treatment of vibrations of polyatomic molecules -- 3.8. Anharmonicity -- 3.9. Overtones and combination modes -- 3.10. Fermi resonance -- Ch. 4. Symmetry of molecules, group theory and its applications in vibrational spectroscopy -- 4.1. Symmetry of molecules: symmetry elements and symmetry operations -- 4.2. Group theory and symmetry operations as elements of a group -- 4.3. Matrix representation of the symmetry operations -- 4.4. Character of the symmetry operations -- 4.5. Classes of operations -- 4.6. Reducible and irreducible representations -- 4.7. Application to molecular vibrations -- 4.8. Examples -- 4.9. Measured vibrational spectra of molecules -- Ch. 5. Group frequencies and assignments of the infrared bands -- 5.1. Group frequencies -- 5.2. Isotope shift -- 5.3. How to make band assignments in infrared spectra -- Ch. 6. Instrumentation -- 6.1. History of infrared instrumentation -- 6.2. Components of an FT-IR spectrometer -- 6.3. Detector noise -- 6.4. Performance of an infrared detector -- 6.5. Other components -- 6.6. Dispersive instruments -- 6.7. Michelson interferometer -- 6.8. Advantages of interferometry -- 6.9. Apodization -- 6.10. Resolution -- 6.11. Phase correction -- 6.13. Effects of mirror misalignment -- 6.14. Fourier transformation and its use in FT-IR instrumentation -- Ch. 7. Sampling techniques and applications -- 7.1. Transmission spectroscopy -- 7.2. Internal and external reflection spectroscopy -- 7.3. Diffuse reflectance spectroscopy -- 7.4. Photoacoustic spectroscopy -- 7.5. TGA/FT-IR -- 7.6. LC/FT-IR -- 7.7. GC/FTIR -- 7.8. SFC/FTIR -- 7.9. Infrared microspectroscopy -- Ch. 8. Applications of infrared spectroscopy in basic and industrial research -- 8.1. Polymer applications -- 8.2. Applications to liquid crystals and liquid crystal polymers -- 8.3. Applications to optically active materials -- 8.4. Applications to infrared microspectroscopy -- 8.5. Applications to industrial process -- 8.6. Applications to organic thin films -- 8.7. Developments in infrared spectroscopy of biological molecules and materials -- Ch. 9. Modern data analytical methods for infrared spectroscopy -- 9.1. Univariate approach in infrared spectroscopy -- 9.2. Multivariate approach in infrared spectroscopy -- 9.3. Principal component analysis (PCA) -- 9.4. Multivariate calibration -- 9.5. Target projections -- 9.6. Data analysis and resolution by alternating least squares -- 9.7. Two-dimensional correlation spectroscopy -- App. I. Physical constants, conversion factors and atomic masses -- App. II. Some character tables and point groups -- App. III. Matrices.