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Modern fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Alfred A. Christy, Yukihiro Ozaki, Vasilis G. Gregoriou

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Modern fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
Title
Modern fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
Statement of responsibility
Alfred A. Christy, Yukihiro Ozaki, Vasilis G. Gregoriou
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eng
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Christy, Alfred A
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543.0858301515723
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illustrations
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index present
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  • QD75
  • QD96.I5
LC item number
.W75 vol. 35
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non fiction
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  • Ozaki, Y.
  • Gregoriou, Vasilis G
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Wilson & Wilson's comprehensive analytical chemistry,
Series volume
v. 35
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Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy
Label
Modern fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Alfred A. Christy, Yukihiro Ozaki, Vasilis G. Gregoriou
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
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
Control code
48761769
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 356 pages
Isbn
9780444500441
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
2002516117
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Modern fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Alfred A. Christy, Yukihiro Ozaki, Vasilis G. Gregoriou
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
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
Control code
48761769
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xx, 356 pages
Isbn
9780444500441
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
2002516117
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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