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Title: Fourier transform infrared cell for surface studies at controlled temperatures and in controlled atmospheres with time resolution and spatial resolution
Authors: Self, V A
Sermon, P A
Keywords: Fourier;Transform infrared spectroscopy;Scientific;Apparatus & instruments
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: American Institute of Physics
Citation: Review of Scientific Instruments, Volume 67, Issue 6, June 1996, Pages 2096-2099
Abstract: A new micro-Fourier transform infrared cell has been constructed and evaluated using (i) the transformation of aurichalcite crystals at 298-475 K, (ii) the adsorption/desorption of pyridine on a Cu2O/ZnO junction, and (iii) the adsorption of CO on Pt/alumina pellets; it enables spatial and time resolution of processes in such diverse samples held at known thermal and baric conditions. The potential of this cell in catalytic and analytical science is considered.
Appears in Collections:Materials Engineering
Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers

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