MIR technique

MIR technique

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The benefit of the MIR technique is that it permits optical measurements for determining flow characteristics in complex passages in and around objects to be obtained without locating a disturbing transducer in the flow field and without distortion of optical paths.
It is likely that this technique will now increasingly be used due to the current focus on soil carbon sequestration for GHG abatement, and recent investments by the Australian Government to help develop MIR techniques for the purposes of soil carbon monitoring (Baldock et al.
The above results urge more research on comparing NIR and MIR techniques in estimating soil properties.
With an average deviation of less than 4% and analysis time of about five minutes, the MIR techniques presented in this study will be a valuable technique for the polymer industry.