The Application of the Quartz Crystal Microbalance for Monitoring Rates of Deposition of High Temperature Species in Matrix Isolation Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy
Abstract:The low temperature matrix isolation technique for producing and examining reactive or otherwise unstable species has been developed to a high degree of sophistication in the past 20 years. Often, the desired molecular fragment is generated by cocondensing a gaseous mixture, for example, CO in Ar, with a molecule or atom generated at high temperature by evaporation from a hot filament or by effusion from a Knudsen cell, for example, Pd or Pt atoms. Using this method the previously unknown carbonyls of Pd and Pt were generated and identified by matrix isolation infrared spectroscopy.
Document Type: Short Communication
Affiliations: Lash Miller Chemical Laboratories and Erindale College, University of Toronto, Toronto 181, Ontario, Canada
Publication date: July 1, 1972
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