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Quantitative Applications of Photothermal Beam Deflection Photoacoustic Spectrometry
Volume 39, Number 5 (Oct. 1985) Page 753-755
Field, R.S.; Leyden, D.E.; Masujima, T.; Eyring, E.M.
Quantitative measurement of a mixture of silica gel with a surface immobilized Cu(II) complex and unmodified silica gel is demonstrated with the use of photothermal beam deflection detection of the photoacoustic signal. A photoacoustic response function utilizing both magnitude and phase information is required in order for one to obtain a linear relationship between response and concentration.