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Near Infrared Spectroscopy Near Infrared Spectroscopy Introduction into the meth
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2. C. DANIEL WITSCH, VOLKER LUTTER, GUIDO W. FUCHS, . THOMAS GIESEN. Institute of Physics, University of Kassel, Germany. JÜRGEN GAUSS,. Institut. . für. . Physikalische. . Chemie. , Universität Mainz, Germany.
1 IR-Spectroscopy IR region The part of electromagnetic radiation between the visible and microwave regions 0.8 m to 50 m ( 12,500 cm -1 - 200 cm -1 ) is called IR region Most interested region in Infrared Spectroscopy is between 2.5
Infrared Absorbance. IR- Empirical Comparisons. Identifying functional groups in organic molecules. Region of infrared that is most useful lies between. 2.5-16 . m. m (4000-625 cm. -1. ). depends on transitions between vibrational .
Molecular Vibrations . Electromagnetic Radiation: Light, Energy, Heat. IR Tutor:. . http://chemistry.beloit.edu/Warming/pages/infrared.html. What do the sun’s energy, a molecule’s shape and a TV remote have to do with greenhouse gases?.
Spectroscopy . . Is the interaction between matter and electromagnetic radiation (light). . Spectroscopy is commonly used in chemistry to detect, identify, and quantify information about different atoms and molecules.