Infrared (IR) spectroscopy is a technique which reveals the bonds present in a compound and therefore can be used to identify functional groups. A sample of reaction product can be analysed to confirm its composition by comparison to a pure sample, or to judge the extent of reaction by comparison with the starting material.
IR chartTutorial | PDF, Size 87.42 kb
Running an infrared spectrum video (download)Video | Video, Size 13.08 mb
IR apparatus guideSimulation | Flash, Size 51.57 kb
IR animationSimulation | Flash, Size 54.1 kb
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