Near Infrared Spectra with Sodium Chloride Optics
Abstract:In the past few years the near-infrared spectral region has received a great deal of attention, and its value has been well established (1–6). Its use unfortunately, has been somewhat limited by dependence on instruments designed for use only in the region 0.2-3.0 microns, or by rather cumbersome prism interchanges in standard double beam infrared spectrometers. The purpose of this note is to point out that surprisingly good near-infrared spectra are available using a sodium chloride prism in a standard double beam instrument.
Document Type: Short Communication
Affiliations: Control Laboratories, Abbott Laboratories, North Chicago, Illinois
Publication date: August 1, 1958
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