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A Thermostated Cell Mount for Infrared Spectroscopy

Volume 35, Number 4 (Aug. 1981) Page 448-448

Cameron, David G.; Jones, R. Norman

Precise sample temperature control while measuring infrared spectra is required in studies of temperature-dependent phenomena, and for maximum reproducibility and transferability of spectra. Generally, the approach used in condensed phase spectroscopy has been to construct a thermostated cell which can be located in a regular cell mount. Such cells are usually bulky, difficult to fill and handle, and expensive, either to buy or construct.