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- What does this spectroscopic term mean?
- What are the different optical spectroscopy sampling techniques?
- What different types of polarizers are available?
- What is the difference between s- and p- polarization?
- How do you convert from microns to wavenumbers and vice versa?
- What is the S/N for an FT-IR measurement?
- What books should our laboratory have in its library
- Who manufactures FT-IR spectrometers?
- How can I adapt my Harrick liquid cell, with Luer fittings, for flow-through applications?
- How can the mirrors on my accessory be cleaned?
- How can windows or ATR crystals be cleaned?
- What are reflection losses and how can they be minimized?
- What are the properties of the different optical materials?
- How can I calculate the maximum pressure for my gas, liquid or solid cell with FT-IR or UV-VIS windows?
ATR (Internal Reflectance)
- Why does an ATR spectrum look different from a transmission spectrum?
- Is single or multiple reflection ATR better for analyzing solids?
- What is a good rule of thumb for pathlength in ATR?
- How is ATR used for depth profiling?
- What is the effect of stray light on ATR spectra?
- Is the polarizer set for s- or p-polarization?
- What is Kubelka-Munk?
- What is the specular component from a diffusely reflecting sample and why is it important?
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