Infrared spectroscopy is a technique used in molecular bond identification and characterisation, where atomic vibrations and rotations are exploited to produce a spectrum.
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An online tool for calculation and visualisation of infrared and Raman spectroscopic results, with normal mode information.
Software for the analysis of infrared spectral maps including chemical mapping, cluster mapping, PCA and ANN imaging. Includes glossary, downloads and contacts in Croton-on-Hudson, NY.
Dr. Georgiou Lab of Analytical Chemistry
Research into olive oil analysis, pesticides formulation analysis, flow injection, using analytical Raman spectroscopy and biosensors, at the Agricultural University of Athens, Greece.
Infrared Identification of Organic Unknowns
Includes a brief description of the theory, a step-by-step guide to peak assignment and some problems.
Infrared Spectroscopy and Greenhouse Gases
Introduction and overview, maintained at the Department of Chemistry, Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania.
Investigations into Reactions from Dehydroascorbic and Diketogulonic Acids
Summary of the dissertation of Detlef Pagel, Giessen 1992, translated into English. Can be read in other languages with the help of a HTML frameset.
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