Pantographic Reduction of Infrared Spectrograms

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Direct copies of infrared spectrograms are usually unsatisfactory for general laboratory distribution. Large size makes them difficult to handle and inconvenient to file in standard holders. These disadvantages may be eliminated by making copies of reduced size; such copies are quickly and easily produced without loss in clarity or detail by means of the Pantograph.

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: The Research Laboratories, Parke, Davis & Company, Detroit 32, Michigan

Publication date: May 1, 1954

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