TIME-RESOLVED INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY: WHAT IS THE BEST METHOD?
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Publisher:Ohio State University
A new time-resolved infrared spectrometer has been constructed using a 32 element InSb linear array detector. This spectrometer gives time resolved information in the microsecond range with a noise of 4 parts in a thousand. Recent results will be presented and compared with other infrared techniques. The feasibility of using this spectrometer to obtain time resolved information of surface adsorbates will also be discussed.
Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, Ohio University
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