2 edition of **Problems in spectroscopy** found in the catalog.

Problems in spectroscopy

Barry M. Trost

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Published
**1967** by Benjamin .

Written in English

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Pagination | 1 vol |

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Open Library | OL13726721M |

Problems have been added to each of the chapters. We have included some more solved problems, so that students can develop skill in solving spectroscopy problems. CONTENTS OF INTRODUCTION TO SPECTROSCOPY. Molecular Formulae and What Can be Learned from Them; Infrared Spectroscopy; Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Part I – Basic Concepts. IR spectroscopy in combination with chemometric techniques is an effective tool for the detection of adulteration of high economic value food products such as wine, dietary supplements and olive oil.

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