The results show that in the wavenumber
region of 3000-2800 [cm.
Table 3 lists the numerical results of the SBM and the BEM in case (1) with different wavenumbers
(k = 1, k = 5, and k = 10).
1] = 1 m/s), which is 10% higher than the linear estimate based on the global wavenumber
of the wave series.
However, this range of wavenumbers
are very close to the edge of the measuring range of the instrument, while the shifts are marginally within its resolution limits.
The ATR-FTIR wavenumbers
of dermis, applied with P-OA gel or P gel following skin treatment by microwave, were comparable to that of untreated and gel-free skin characterized by a wavenumber
and intrinsic impedance of the host medium are given as,
The analysis was done in mid-infrared (mid-IR) region, where the wavenumber
range between 4000 [cm.
In above set of equations, k is the wavenumber
of a medium which in present case is k = [k.
IR spectrum is composed of many points connected by the line; each point in the IR spectrum is defined by wavenumber
and intensity (for example absorbance).
The NRS-5200 and NRS-7200 spectrometers offer a dual-grating, low wavenumber
measurement unit for optimized Raleigh rejection and Raman spectra to 10 [cm.
where CC(k) is the correlation coefficient between the kth wavenumber
components F(k) and T(k), and denotes taking the real parts of the wavenumber
The system includes interchangeable ATR and external reflectance sampling heads and has four wavenumber