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This invaluable and up-to-date source on instruments and applications covers everything needed to employ a technique for investigating various gases and materials, including biomaterials. It includes the latest developments in light sources, signal recovery and numerical methods. There is no other single publication that reviews the entire subject of photoacoustic infrared spectroscopy in such detail. Physicists, chemists, and spectroscopists in both academic and industrial laboratories, polymer and organic chemists, analysts in industry, forensic and government laboratories, and materials scientists will find this book to be a vital resource.Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–5): Chapter 2 History of PA Infrared Spectroscopy (pages 7–24): Chapter 3 Instrumental Methods (pages 25–70): Chapter 4 Signal Recovery (pages 71–78): Chapter 5 Experimental Techniques (pages 79–126): Chapter 6 Numerical Methods (pages 127–142): Chapter 7 Applications (pages 143–291):
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