potassium bromide-disk technique

potassium bromide-disk technique

[pə′tas·ē·əm ′brō‚mīd ¦disk tek‚nēk]
(analytical chemistry)
Method of preparing an infrared spectrometry sample by grinding it and mixing it with a dry powdered alkali halide (such as KBr), then compressing the mixture into a tablet or pellet. Also known as pellet technique; pressed-disk technique.
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