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Solid state linear-dichroic infrared (IR-LD) spectroscopic characterization of α-and β-glycine polymorphs

Bojidarka Ivanova
From the journal Open Chemistry

Abstract

IR-LD spectroscopic analysis using nematic liquid crystal suspension as a solid-state orientation technique and the reducing-difference procedure for polarized spectra interpretation are applied to the α-and β-polymorphs of glycine. Both structural analysis and detailed IR band assignments were carried out.

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