What is Fourier Transform Spectrosopy?

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What is Fourier Transform Spectrosopy?..

Answer / bhavin mehta

This is a family of spectroscopic techniques in which the
sample is irradiated by all relevant wavelengths
simultaneously for a short period of time.

The absorption spectrum is obtained by applying a
mathematical analysis to the resulting energy pattern.

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What is Fourier Transform Spectrosopy?..

Answer / pankaj pate


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What is Fourier Transform Spectrosopy?..

Answer / chemistk

FTIR is the process by which a sample is placed into a KBr
pellet or mineral oil mull and subjected to infrared
radation (waves of light from the IR part of the light
spectrum). The IR light is then partially
absorbed/transmitted by the bonding of the molecules within
the sample by their streching & bending. This absorption
is then represented graphically with a spectrum from 450 -
4000nm. This is a fingerprint of the substance (best
results are obtained with pure samples).

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What is Fourier Transform Spectrosopy?..

Answer / anidhya

Actually the thing is that when polychromatic IR radiation may comes into contact of substance, the moleule get energy by absorption process, shows stretching and bending in its bond. When they emitted this polycromatic radiation which have number of specfic frequency wavelengths. The mathematical expression used for transform this polycromatic to its significant presentable data is called fourier transform.

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What is Fourier Transform Spectrosopy?..

Answer / vani

To determine the spectrum of mixture of compounds by using
fourier mathematical relations & attached with competer

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