Title Comparison of two modern infrared spectroscopic methods for the determination of orientation in drawn bulk polymers
Date 01.01.2000
Number 6097
Abstract The potentialities of the infrared photoacoustic method and the ATR Golden Gate method for the measurements of oriented bulk polymer systems are compared. Both methods are suitable for the estimation of orientation, if low and medium intensity bands are used. The ATR Golden Gate method is faster, while the photoacoustic method gives more straightforward results and eliminates any possible effect on the sample.
Publisher Polymer Testing
Citation Polymer Testing 19 (2000) 205-212
Authors Schmidt, P. ; Raab, M. ; Kolarik, J. ; Eichhorn, K.-J.

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