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Novel Environmental Control Chamber for FT-Raman Spectroscopy: Study of in Situ Phase Change of Sulfur
Volume 51, Number 1 (Jan. 1997) Page 101-107
Edwards, H.G.M.; Farwell, D.W.; Turner, J.M.C.; Williams, A.C.
The adaptation and construction of an environmental chamber suitable for FT-Raman spectroscopy is described for the recording of Raman spectra of specimens at temperatures from 25 to 125 C while exposed to different controlled synthetic atmospheric conditions. Test spectra were obtained from sulfur to illustrate the stability and applications of the system. The alpha rhombic/ beta monoclinic phase change in sulfur was monitored as a function of time, and bands sensitive to this phase change have been identified.