An Infrared Spectroscopic Investigation of Reactive Species in Inert Gas Matrixes
DeGrado, William F.
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Matrix isolation is a technique for trapping isolated species in an inert, low-temperature matrix. It was first developed by Pimentell for spectroscopic study of reactive species. While the matrix isolation technique finds application in IV, IR, and ESR spectroscopy, this paper will be concerned with the matrix isolation in conjunction with infrared spectroscopy.