NON-INVASIVE SPECTROSCOPIC ON-LINE METHODS TO MONITOR INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES: A REVIEW

M. H. Brooker, Rolf W. Berg

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Abstract

Vibrational spectroscopy can be used to identify and establish concentrations of many common molecules and complex ions over a wide range of concentrations and conditions. Advances in CCD detection devices, notch-filters, lasers, micro- and fiber-optics have made it possible to use infrared and Raman spectroscopy to monitor discrete molecular species at concentrations on the 0.1% level or lower. A brief introduction to the art of modern vibrational spectroscopy is given, mainly by means of a list of important references, followed by a specific example (the liquid-liquid system CO2-water, studied with non-invasive Raman spectroscopy), and finally a discussion of some recent advances in experimental methods that make it possible to use Raman and infrared spectroscopy for on line analyses in some industrial applications.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNATO Science Series, II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry (2003), Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop : 92(Green Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids), Crete, Greece
EditorsR.D.Rogers et al. (eds.)
VolumeApril 2000.
Place of PublicationThe Netherlands
PublisherKluwer Academic Publishers
Publication date2003
EditionJournal; General Review
Pages227-251
Publication statusPublished - 2003
SeriesGreen Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids .

Bibliographical note

CAN 139:251681 AN 2003:467984 CAPLUS

Keywords

  • Laser
  • Liquid
  • CO2
  • Review
  • Molten Salt
  • Spectroscopy
  • Raman
  • Analysis
  • H2O
  • Infrared
  • Microscopy
  • Fiber-optics
  • Application
  • System

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