We have designed and constructed a novel gas cell for infrared spectroscopic studies. Detailed features of the cell are described. Gas-phase spectra have been obtained for N-methylacetamide, camphorolactam, and acetyl-L-alanine-N-methylamide at elevated temperatures and high vacuum. The results show highly resolved spectra for cis and trans amide bonds.
J. P. Taulane, Y. V. Venkatachalapathi, and M. Goodman, "A Gas-Phase Cell for Infrared Spectra of Sublimable Compounds," Appl. Spectrosc. 40, 91-93 (1986)
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