2 edition of Infrared spectroscopic studies of surfaces of, and adsorption or, zinc oxide. found in the catalog.
Infrared spectroscopic studies of surfaces of, and adsorption or, zinc oxide.
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IR spectroscopy is the oldest and most commonly used method for identifying both organic and inorganic chemicals, as well as for providing specific information on molecular structure, chemical bonding, and molecular environment.