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대한화학회 제119회 학술발표회 및 총회 Synchrotron Infrared spectroscopy and its applications

2017년 2월 10일 18시 32분 41초
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목 14시 : 10분
분석화학 - Recent Advances in Analytical Chemistry I: Advanced Materials and Instrument in Analytical Chemistry
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포항가속기연구소 산업기술융합센터, Korea
Infrared spectroscopy uses the fact that different functional groups absorb characteristic Infrared radiation, which is very useful tool to identify and study the molecular structure, chemical/physical properties and reaction pathway of materials. In addition, it is possible to collect all wavelengths simultaneously in Fourier-Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and examine the different types of samples using various sampling accessories, this technology is widely used in the fields of physics, chemistry, biology, environmental analysis and etc. Today, most synchrotron facilities offer a port dedicated to infrared (IR) spectroscopy and infrared-microspectroscopy. The main advantage of synchrotron-based infrared spectroscopy is the brightness of synchrotron radiation source. The synchrotron radiation source provides brightness 2-3 orders of magnitude higher than a thermal (Black body radiation) infrared source [1,2]. Thus, synchrotron based infrared spectroscopy has allowed high spatial resolution (infrared micro-spectroscopy) and high spectral resolution, especially for low throughput technologies and far-infrared spectroscopy. Infrared beamlines are now facing an increasing demand of beamtime from various disciplines: Biology, biomedical applications, plant biology, Earth Science, Environmental science, Chemistry, Cultural Heritage, Archaeology and soft matter [1,2]. Synchrotron-based infrared spectroscopy and its applications will be presented. In addition, the current status of infrared beamline of PAL will be discussed.