Infrared SpectroscopyBook - 1987
The title 'infrared spectroscopy' is used to define a specific region of the electromagnetic spectrum. This region is much used in industry and elsewhere. The results are unusual because frequently they can apparently be interpreted in simple classical empirical terms; this means some care should be taken to grasp the connections with related spectroscopic methods. To cover the needs of readers who know either very little, or a fair amount of particular aspects, the book is divided into seven fairly self-contained parts.
Publisher: Chichester [West Sussex] ; New York : Published on behalf of ACOL, London, by Wiley, c1987
Characteristics: xx, 537 p. : ill. ; 23 cm