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Inexpensive Hot Stage for Infrared Spectrometry
Volume 7, Number 2 (May 1953) Page 91-91
Nachod, Frederick C.; Martini, Catherine M.
Infrared absorption work dealing with low-melting solids (below 100°C.) made it desirable to design a hot stage which could be employed without any changes to the beam allignment of the spectrometer. A horizontal heating stage is commercially available which, however, necessitates refocussing of the beam.