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A New Era for Applications of Vibrational Spectroscopy in Industry

Jeanette G. Grasselli ; BP America Research & Development, 4440 Warrensville Center Road, Cleveland, OH 44128 U.S.A.

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Relatively recent developments in vibrational spectroscopy are
impacting all areas of typical industrial R&D. These include Fourier
transform infrared spectroscopy, computerized Raman spectroscopy,
micro techniques, combined techniques (including separation
and thermal methods with spectroscopy), and a plethora of novel
and effective sampling handling devices. Of greatest importance
among these developments, however, is the dramatic increase in
in-situ methods for examining materials or following reactions.
Whether in catalysis, polymer chemistry, corrosion or petroleum
research, the use of vibrational spectroscopy for real-time experiments is opening a new era of impressive applications.
Examples of analytical problem solving in this new era of
applications will be given to illustrate the above points.


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