Developments in Applied Spectroscopy: Volume 2: Proceedings by Forrest F. Cleveland (auth.), J. R. Ferraro, J. S. Ziomek

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By Forrest F. Cleveland (auth.), J. R. Ferraro, J. S. Ziomek (eds.)

For the final 13 years, the Chicago part of the Society for utilized Spectroscopy has backed a symposium within the spring of every yr. during this span, the symposia have proven a gradual bring up in attendance, within the variety of papers provided, within the variety of classes, and within the variety of days the convention lasted. The length of the latest sym­ posium used to be 4 days, with classes dedicated to molecular spectroscopy, together with infrared, Raman, ultraviolet, and visual, and to X-ray, NMR, emission, and flame spectroscopy, respectively, with a unique consultation dedicated to gasoline chroma­ tography as a result of its becoming curiosity in utilized spectro­ scopic paintings. one other function of this final symposium was once the test on a part of the Symposium Committee to set up and retain the clinical point at that of utilized physics. this could position the current symposium at a degree someplace among that of the Ohio country symposium and that of the Pittsburgh assembly, hence impending the extent of utilized chemical physics. additionally, the symposium used to be designed to provide to sci­ entists from different disciplines and scholars a chance to wait introductory panels and lectures and even as the mature investigators a gathering floor and the opportunity to maintain abreast of the most recent advancements in spectroscopy. How good those goals were comprehensive is healthier attested to by means of the exceptional development of the symposium.

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0015 in. polystyrene I": ,Q I 1000 I I 2000 I 3000 i v (em-I) 4000 5000 Fig. 4. Spectrum obtained with an 14S interferometer spectrometer under the following conditions: Bolometer detector; 1 cm aperture, CaF2 optics; 4° field of view: SOOoK blackbody source; 6-second recording time at 2 scans per second; .... 30 cm- 1 resolution. 0 I EMISSION. 0 IN MICRONS (c) (d) I,. 0 III,! 0 I ,. 0 WAVELENGTH IN' MICRONS Fig. 5. Candle: (a) Rising gas: (b) total emission: (c) reaction zone. (d) Propane flame.

In contrast to infrared spectroscopy at shorter wavelengths, only a narrow wavenumber region in the far infrared can be scanned before filters must be changed. Variations in the background level which result with single-beam systems because of atmospheric absorption and filter characteristics make it advisable to develop double-beam or evacuated systems. Interferometric far infrared techniques are still at the developmental stage. Cryogenic detectors for the far infrared are being developed which should operate with much better signal-to-noise ratio than can be achieved using room temperature detectors.

50, 821 (1960). K. P. D. Mangus, Applied Optics 1, 431 (1962). W. S. Boyle and K. F. Rodgers, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 49, 66 (1959). J. Low, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 51,1300 (1961). D. Bloor et al .. Proc. Roy. Soc. A260, 513 (1961). D. H. Martin and D. Bloor, Cryogenics 1. 961). THE ADVANTAGES OF INTERFERENCE SPECTROSCOPY OVER CONVENTIONAL INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY Sol M. Norman Block Associates, Inc. Cambridge, Massachusetts The interferometer spectrometer has certain advantages over conventional spectrometers.

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