Investigation of Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions by the Deflected Total Internal Reflection (DTIR) Method

  • L. V. Ivanova
  • V. M. Zolotarev

Abstract

Use of infrared spectroscopy to investigate systems with an absorptive index 0.004 < k2 < 0.4 is hampered by the fact that high-contrast reflection spectra can be obtained for almost perpendicular incidence angles only when the absorptive index k2 > 0.4. Materials for which k2 lies in the region 0 < k2 < 0.4 yield reflection spectra of insufficient contrast.

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Optical Constant Uranyl Nitrate Hydroxo Complex Aqueous Electrolyte Solution Valence Vibration 
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  • V. M. Zolotarev

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