Spectroscopy of Nano materials

The theoretical curves and the pKa values the attenuated total reflection−infrared (ATR−IR) spectra within the 4800−700 cm-1 range of nine carboxylic acids and their sodium salts in aqueous solutions are obtained and analysed. Overall, 22 species are studied. Six IR titrations are made from five different acids:  acetic acid, malic acid, betaine, glycine, and N, N-((butyloxy) propyl) amino diacetic acid (BOPA). From the spectra of these titrations, the spectra of four sorts of water (acidic, basic, saline, and pure water) are subtracted, giving spectra with flat baselines with none any artificial adjustment. Factor analysis (FA) made from the water-subtracted spectra yield the spectra of the principal species, and their abundances. Titration curves obtained from these precisely fit in the literature. The remaining water bands that aren’t subtracted are assigned to water solute close-bound situations

 

  • Analytical chemistry,
  • Bio-organic and bio-inorganic chemistry,
  • Organic chemistry
  • Inorganic chemistry
  • Raman spectroscopy for nanomaterials

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