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The Coblentz Society Desk Book of Infrared Spectra
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13 rows (CSC-1) DESK BOOK of Infrared Spectra $ The Desk Book is designed to meet the needs of the practicing spectroscopist, teacher, and student for a complete, general IR reference. It is an outstanding collection with high-quality spectra. Special text sections on IR interpretation are correlated and referenced to representative curves.
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2nd cturer: The Coblentz Society, Inc. Accession Number: ADD Title: The Coblentz Society Desk Book of Infrared Spectra, Corporate Author: NATIONAL STANDARD REFERENCE DATA SYSTEM Personal Author(s): Craver, Clara D Report Date: Jan Pagination or Media Count: Abstract: The Desk Book of Infrared Spectra is the outgrowth of a twenty-year old program to make reference spectra from private laboratories.
The Coblentz Society Desk Book of Infrared Spectra in Carver, C.D., editor, The Coblentz Society Desk Book of Infrared Spectra, Second Edition, The Coblentz Society:Kirkwood, MO,pp A PDF file of this article is available (reproduced with permission of the Coblentz Society).
OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: iii, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm: Other Titles: Desk book of infared spectra: Responsibility.
Get this from a library. The Coblentz Society desk book of infrared spectra. [Clara D Craver; Coblentz Society.]. Primarily infrared spectra. Characteristic frequencies of chemical groups in the infra- red. Amsterdam, New York, Elsevier Pub. Co., Lockwood Book Collection QCF53 * Coblentz Society desk book of infrared spectra 2nd ed.
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A more extensive compilation is given in the Coblentz Society Desk Book edited by C. Craver and given in Part 1. Those references dealing primarily with Raman spectroscopy are gathered at the end.
The material is arranged as follows: 1. Basics: a core collection on infrared spectroscopy 2. General texts 3.
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Fig. 2, Fig. 3 shows the IR and Raman spectra of dimethoate, respectively, while in Fig. 4, Fig. 5 the experimental infrared and Raman spectra are compared with those obtained at our level of theory. The correlation between experimental and calculated vibrational bands is very good: A compilation of observed and calculated bands as well as the Cited by: 2.
The objective of this study was to evaluate xenograft degradation velocity when treated with 4-hexylresorcinol (4HR). As seen in the FT-IR spectra, The Coblentz Society Desk Book of Infrared Spectra. Kirkwood, MO: The Coblentz Society; Cited by: 7. We demonstrate spectrally-tunable Fabry-Perot bandpass filters operating across the MWIR by utilizing the phase-change material GeSbTe (GST) as a tunable cavity medium between two (Ge:Si) distributed Bragg reflectors.
The induced refractive index modulation of GST increases the cavity’s optical path length, red-shifting the passband. Our filters have spectral-tunability of . The Coblentz Society Desk Book of Infrared Spectra Clara D.
Craver, (Editor). The Coblentz So- ciety. Inc., Kirkwood, iii + pp. Figs. and tables. 22 X cm. $ This hook contains high-quality gat- ing spectra evaluated and chosen by experts to serve the needs of practicing spectrosca- pists, teachers, and students in a Author: Daniel L.
Leussing.Coblentz Society Desk Book of Infrared Spectra. 2 vols. (Ref QC C). (Ref QC C). Consult molecular formula or compound name in indexes in both volumes. 1 Introduction. Materials for rechargeable Li‐ion batteries make up 65% of the overall cost of a cell, and the polymer separator is about 11% of the material cost; 1 for a Na‐ion cell, the cost of the polymer separator is estimated to be 20% of the material cost.
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