the "full" vibrational spectrum
of an analyte is desired for
It has been reported in the literature  that the hydroxylamine vibrational spectrum
absorbs in the wavelength region covered by our ATR-QCL system, including: the N-OH stretch at 9.7 [micro]m, the N[O.sub.3] combination stretch at 7.4 [micro]m, and the N-H stretch at 3.8-4.1 [micro]m.
(1926) The vibrational spectrum
of a diatomic molecule in wave mechanics, Annalen der Physik, 80 (12), 367-396
The inability of the Stokes shift to accurately account for the variation in luminescence yield led to the examination of the vibrational spectrum
in an effort to reconcile both Stokes and the energy gap law as a measure of the luminescence yield for low band gap material and proxyoligomeric structures.
These peaks are characteristic for rutile titanium dioxide (Ti[O.sub.2]) phase, whose vibrational spectrum
has 4 vibrational bands centered around 145 [cm.sup.-1] ([B.sub.1g]), 445 [cm.sup.-1] ([E.sub.3]), 610 [cm.sup.-1] (A), and 240 [cm.sup.-1] for second-order scattering effect (SOE) [30, 31].
For the analysis of vibrational spectrum
, the density of states function g(v) ~ [I.sub.red](v) is used.
The ground-breaking goal of VIBRA is to combine the most detailed molecular information over the entire vibrational spectrum
with the highest acquisition speed.
The experimental vibrational spectrum
is in good agreement with the theoretical spectra calculated for the two conformations.
Experimental data corresponding to the vibrational spectrum
is displayed in Table 1.
So, while most undergraduates could give a rather accurate manual prediction of an NMR spectrum of a small molecule, the same task for the vibrational spectrum
requires sophisticated computer software.
They are analogous to instrumental methods, like looking at the vibrational spectrum
of a molecule or its magentic-resonance spectrum.
A typical vibrational spectrum
for c (2x2)O/Cu(100) sputtered with a large dose of ethylene at low energy (i.e.