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In 1980, Griffiths and Fuller described the use of the diffuse reflectance technique for infrared measurements on a variety of materials. A Fourier transform spectrophotometer was used for their measurements and they coined an acronym which described the technique, diffuse reflectance
infrared Fourier transform, or DRIFT spectra. In keeping with this practice, we have defined an acronym for the use of this technique with dispersive instruments, diffuse reflectance using infrared dispersive spectrophotometers, or DRUIDS.
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Publication date: January 1, 1983
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