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A part of an exhaustive sequence on fresh advances in polymer technology and expertise, this quantity includes learn essays at the some distance infrared spectroscopy of polymers, the selective spectroscopy of chromophore doped polymers and the separation of macromolecules in gels

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The above approach has only been partially applied and this is reflected in the uncertainty which exists about the attribution broad band at 55 cm - 1 in the FIR spectrum PP, assigned tentatively in Ref. [20] to a lattice mode. It would be more reasonable, however, to assign this absorption to "disorder-induced absorption" or quasi-lattice mode [23]. The quasi-lattice absorption is inherent to the FIR spectra of all the disordered condensed media. We shall discuss it later. As an example, we will now discuss the FIR absorption spectrum of another high-crystalline polymer - PTFE (Fig.

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