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Unknown - 1.5 MB - MD5: a2d18a8acbfe9f00efed48ac03c84fcd
BUCHI N500 spectrometer gave reflectance spectra in wave numbers, with a range of 4000 to 10000 cm-1 and a resolution of 4 cm-1. Each spectrum was an average of 96 spectral readings of the same cup or vial. Samples were poured either into 10 cm diameter cups (about 30g) or into 1...
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BUCHI N500 spectrometer gave reflectance spectra in wave numbers, with a range of 4000 to 10000 cm-1 and a resolution of 4 cm-1. Each spectrum was an average of 96 spectral readings of the same cup or vial. Samples were poured either into 10 cm diameter cups (about 30g) or into 1...
Unknown - 484.6 KB - MD5: 8f16eeec8cf931984068831faff64e6c
FOSS spectrometer NIRSystem5000 gave absorbance spectra in wavelength with a range of 1100 to 2498 nm and a resolution of 2 nm. Each spectrum was an average of 32 spectral readings of the same cup. Samples were poured into 3.5 cm diameter cups (about 4g) and spectra were acquired...
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FOSS spectrometer NIRSystem5000 gave absorbance spectra in wavelength with a range of 1100 to 2498 nm and a resolution of 2 nm. Each spectrum was an average of 32 spectral readings of the same cup. Samples were poured into 3.5 cm diameter cups (about 4g) and spectra were acquired...
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ThermoScientific ANTARIS II spectrometer gave absorbance spectra in wave numbers with a range of 4000 to 10001 cm-1 and a resolution of 3.86 cm-1. Samples were divided into 10 subsamples (aliquots) and poured into 0.8 cm diameter vials (about 2ml) which was scanned once. For each...
Unknown - 454.8 KB - MD5: c58807592a3574c2674f94b2f85debd2
ThermoScientific ANTARIS II spectrometer gave absorbance spectra in wave numbers with a range of 4000 to 10001 cm-1 and a resolution of 3.86 cm-1. Samples were divided into 10 subsamples (aliquots) and poured into 0.8 cm diameter vials (about 2ml) which was scanned once. For each...
Unknown - 2.1 MB - MD5: ca8f701d8eb18ed885ef149071415ad1
BUCHI N500 spectrometer gave reflectance spectra in wave numbers, with a range of 4000 to 10000 cm-1 and a resolution of 4 cm-1. Each spectrum was an average of 96 spectral readings of the same cup or vial. Samples were poured either into 10 cm diameter cups (about 30g) or into 1...
Unknown - 721.9 KB - MD5: cc4a24b8b0fe2f8c541a81567a970cb5
FOSS spectrometer NIRSystem5000 gave absorbance spectra in wavelength with a range of 1100 to 2498 nm and a resolution of 2 nm. Each spectrum was an average of 32 spectral readings of the same cup. Samples were poured into 3.5 cm diameter cups (about 4g) and spectra were acquired...
Unknown - 1.3 MB - MD5: 0f519e530df727468689994ecb756ba3
ThermoScientific ANTARIS II spectrometer gave absorbance spectra in wave numbers with a range of 4000 to 10001 cm-1 and a resolution of 3.86 cm-1. Samples were divided into 10 subsamples (aliquots) and poured into 0.8 cm diameter vials (about 2ml) which was scanned once. For each...
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