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Characterization of Organic Thin Films by Abraham Ulman

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Infrared Spectroscopy in the Characterization of Organic Thin Films

DAVID L. ALLARA

Contents

4.1   Introduction

4.2   Quantitative Aspects

4.3   The Infrared Spectroscopy Experiment

4.4   Examples of Applications

4.1 Introduction

Traditionally, infrared spectroscopy (IRS) has been a highly successful method for characterizing chemical bonding and structure in organic and organometallic compounds.13 With the growing importance of thin organic films there has been a growing need to extend the capabilities of IRS analysis to these types of samples. However, this task has not been straightforward because of the frequent needs for quantitative analyses with monolayer sensitivity involving a variety of types of film materials and substrates as ...

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