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Tables of Intensities for
the Calibration of
Infrared Spectroscopic Measurements in the Liquid Phase
J. E. Bertie,
C. D. Keefe, R. N. Jones
1995 [ISBN 086542926X]
As the applications of spectroscopy expanded
rapidly earlier this century, it became evident that a regulatory body
was required to ensure the compatibility of spectra measured on instruments
of different design. IUPAC took on this responsibility and established
a Commission on Molecular Structure an Spectroscopy in 1955. The Commission
has led the way in producing authoritative sets of calibration standards
ever since. This latest set fulfills the current need for a full set
of intensity calibrations for measurements in the liquid phase.
An invaluable reference for ensuring the accuracy
of spectroscopic measurements.
Introduction; Infrared Intensity Quantities;
Band Selection;Accuracy; An Application to Quantitative Analysis; References;
Tables of Standards: Benzene Summary, Toluene Summary, Chlorobenzene
Summary, Dichloromethane Summary; Appendix I: Program IMRYTRUE and Supplementary
Programs; Appendix II: A Technical Description of Program IMRYTRUE
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