Infrared Spectrometry with Fourier Transform

In infrared spectroscopy, IR radiation is passed through a sample, some of which is absorbed. The sample’s ability to absorb the infrared light’s energy at varoius wavelengths is measured to determine the material’s molecular composition and structure. Testing can be performed on organic samples such as oil, polymers, resin, and plastic products. Unknown materials are identified by searching the spectrum against a database of reference spectra.

Identification of Bonds, Functional Groups and Materials

Obtaining and Interpreting Spectra

Subtractions and Comparisons Between Oil Samples

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