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Design and performance of a flow-through polarization-modulation infrared reflection-absorption spectroscopy cell for time-resolved simultaneous surface and liquid phase detection under concentration and temperature perturbations
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10.1063/1.3213605
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FIG. 1.

Schematic drawing of the IR beam path used in the design of a PM-IRRAS cell for solid-liquid interface investigation. The fraction of light being reflected or transmitted is indicated by the product of the relevant reflectance or transmittance ; is the prism angle and is the incident angle at the metal surface.

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Prism angle dependent surface absorption factor for water, toluene (tol), and cyclohexane (chx). The inset shows the overall transmittance as a function of the prism angle.

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(Left) Entire view of the PM-IRRAS cell in the open mode. (Right) Cross section of the cell in the closed mode. (1) IR light path; (2) prism; (3) RE (sample); (4) Micrometer; (5) Calibration knob for the control of liquid layer thickness; (6) Fluid-inlets; (7) Fluid-outlet; (8) Peltier elements; (9) In- and outlets for external temperature regulation; (10) Entrance for the thermocouple at the Peltier element; (11) Entrance for the thermocouple at the RE.

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FIG. 4.

Spectra recorded after CO adsorption on a 100 nm Pt thin film. (Left) Sum reflectivity , difference reflectivity , and the raw PM-IRRA surface spectrum obtained by the quotient of the difference and the sum reflectivity ; the spectra are scaled and offset for clarity. (Right) Corresponding normalized surface spectra. Experimental parameters: CO saturated cyclohexane, flow rate 0.3 ml/min, liquid film thickness, 100 nm Pt thin film on 10 nm Ta thin film, and 298 K.

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FIG. 5.

In-phase PM-IRRA liquid-phase spectrum of salicylic acid in cyclohexane and in-phase PM-IRRA surface spectrum of salicylic acid interacting with in cyclohexane. Parameters: salicylic acid in -saturated cyclohexane, liquid film thickness: ; liquid flow: 0.3 ml/min over a 10 nm thin film deposited on Al; temperature: 288 K; the spectrum is averaged over five modulation periods at a modulation frequency: 2.3 mHz.

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(a) Liquid and (b) surface time-resolved PM-IRRAS signal at . Parameters: salicylic acid in -saturated cyclohexane over a 10 nm thin film, liquid film thickness: ; liquid flow: 0.3 ml/min; temperature: 288 K; the signal is averaged over 12 modulation periods at a modulation frequency: 9.37 mHz.

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FIG. 7.

Temperature profile during two temperature modulation experiments with the temperature ranges set at (a) 289–301 K and (b) 289–314 K . The gray and black lines represent the temperatures measured at the Peltier element and the sample, respectively. Parameters: salicylic acid in -saturated cyclohexane over a 10 nm thin film, liquid film thickness: ; seven modulation periods at a modulation frequency of 2.35 mHz.

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Scitation: Design and performance of a flow-through polarization-modulation infrared reflection-absorption spectroscopy cell for time-resolved simultaneous surface and liquid phase detection under concentration and temperature perturbations
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/rsi/80/9/10.1063/1.3213605
10.1063/1.3213605
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