FACTORS AFFECTING THE EXCHANGE OF INFRARED DATA
Creators:Williams, Van Zandt
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Publisher:Ohio State University
A spectrophotometric problem particularly evident in infrared is the degree to which spectral data published by one site are directly useable by another. The instrumental factors involved are accuracy of abscissa, accuracy of ordinate, spectral purity, spectral slit width, and sample thickness. Two sets of criteria are suggested--one for spectral data to be used for qualitative analysis and the other for quantitative analysis. The degree to which present-day instruments meet these performance criteria is discussed.
Author Institution: The Perkin-Elmer Corporation
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