by Edward Arnold; Dekker .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||315|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hair, Michael L. Infrared spectroscopy in surface chemistry. New York, M. Dekker, (OCoLC) Barbara is the author of three other books published by John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, namely Modern Infrared Spectroscopy and Biological Applications of Infrared Spectroscopy, both in the ACOL series of open learning texts, and Polymer Analysis in this current AnTS series of texts. Included here is a summary of findings made by the author from infrared investigations of the surface chemistry of simple and complex oxide catalysts. The focus is on spectral characteristics of active sites on oxide surfaces, namely hydroxyl groups, coordinatively unsaturated cations, and surface oxygen. There is a detailed account of the method used for characterizing the oxidation state and. The present book is a definitive review in the field of Infrared (IR) and Near Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopies, which are powerful, non invasive imaging techniques. This book brings together multidisciplinary chapters written by leading authorities in the area. The book provides a thorough overview of progress in the field of applications of IR and NIR spectroscopy in Materials Science.
In the case of infrared spectroscopy, infrared light passes through a sample and certain frequencies of the light areabsorbed by the chemical bonds of the substance, leading to molecular vibrations. The infrared region considered in this note is the midinfrared, - from cm-1 to cm The frequencies and intensities of absorbed infrared. Infrared Spectroscopy Life and Biomedical Sciences. This informative and state-of-the art book on Infrared Spectroscopy in Life sciences designed for researchers, academics as well as for those working in industry, agriculture and in pharmaceutical companies features 20 chapters of applications of MIRS and NIRS in brain activity and clinical research. Figure 1. Schematic portrayal of the electromagnetic spectrum, showing representative molecular processes that occur in each region . As shown in Figure 1, the sector of the spectrum extending from the nearly 10 −3 m (microwave) to the nm (visible) wavelength range is labeled as the infrared (IR) region. Extending from the red edge of the visible region to 1 mm on the wavelength . 1. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE: IR AND RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY IR spectroscopy was the ﬁrst structural spectroscopic technique widely used by organic chemists. In the s and s both IR and Raman techniques were experimentally chal-lenging with only a few users. However, with conceptual and experimental advances, IR.
Provides an introduction to those needing to use infrared spectroscopy for the first time, explaining the fundamental aspects of this technique, how to obtain a spectrum and how to analyse infrared data covering a wide range of applications. Includes instrumental and sampling techniques Covers biological and industrial applications Includes suitable questions and problems in each chapter to. Surface Analysis; Theoretical Chemistry; Computational Chemistry / Chemistry Books / Spectroscopy Books. This informative and state-of-the art book on Infrared Spectroscopy in Life sciences designed for researchers, academics as well as for those working in industry, agriculture and in pharmaceutical companies features 20 chapters of. This book is intended to provide a course of infrared spectroscopy for quantitative analysis, covering both bulk matter and surface/interface analyses. Although the technology of Fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy was established many years ago, the full potential of infrared spectroscopy has not been properly recognized, and its. Infrared spectroscopy of adsorbed species on the surface of transition metal oxides by A. A. Davydov, , Wiley edition, in English.