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If it is a mull, mark off the bands from the mulling agent. For cast films: Is the film of even thickness? Is there any solvent trapped or encapsulated? Can polymer films exhibit orientation/crystallisation effects? For liquids: Is the sample a pure liquid or a solution? If the latter, mark the solvent bands. For ATR spectra: Are the relative band strengths and positions affected by refractive index dispersion effects? Do the sample/ATR element properties satisfy the requirements for internal reflection throughout the wavenumber region being studied - the refractive index of a band with a high absorption Introduction, Basic Theory, and Principles 23 coefficient may rise near its maximum to be above that of the ATR element, such that apparent shoulders may appear on the high wavenumber side of the band, or, in extreme cases, absorption minima may be observed where a band maximum was expected, (see Chapter 4, Section 6).

However, if a reaction is complex, full spectrum coverage can reveal information on any by-products or intermediates formed. In some instances the product formed may not have the expected spectrum, even though its chemical identity is correct. This can occur when the physical form of the product, or molecular interactions, affect the spectrum. , Analyst, 1995, 120,2435. ' The study and identification of polymorphic forms are key to many industries. 374Some doubt has been expressed as to the regularity of this oc~urrence,~ but much effort is demanded from Regulatory Authorities and Patent Attorneys to determine whether polymorphs exist.

Not much energy! In addition, do not assume detectors are linear over more than one absorbance unit; generally they are not. Not all scaling routines lose information. One of the most useful and commonly used is the Transmission to Absorbance, Absorbance to Transmission ( T / A or A / 7 ) transform. Most instrument manufacturers allow operators the choice of displaying directly recorded infrared spectra in transmission or absorbance. Many published collections of reference spectra display the spectra in YOT, making direct comparison with absorbance spectra difficult.

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