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Agar as Specimen Carrier in Double-Beam Infra-Red Spectroscopy

Abstract

METHODS for preparing specimens for infra-red spectroscopy are limited. A workable addition to the few techniques available should extend the usefulness of infra-red spectroscopy.

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