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Trace Analysis by Infrared Spectroscopy using Preconcentration, Separation, and Computer Techniques

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The use of infrared spectroscopy in trace analysis can be greatly aided by employing preconcentration and/or separation techniques for appropriate samples. In some cases, classical infrared difference spectroscopy or computer treatment of data will be sufficient to identify qualitatively or to quantitate a trace component in a complex mixture. Analysis of aromatic isomers, gasoline additives, drugs, and polymer additives will be described to illustrate the methods.

Keywords: Abused drugs; Computer treatment of data; Difference ir spectroscopy; Gasoline additives, ir analysis; Infrared spectroscopy; Polymer additives, ir analysis; Separation techniques for ir analysis; Trace analysis

Document Type: Research Article


Affiliations: 1: Perkin-Elmer Corporation, Norwalk, Connecticut 06856 2: Research & Engineering Department, The Standard Oil Company (Ohio), Cleveland, Ohio 44128

Publication date: January 1, 1978

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