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Standard abbreviations (str = strong, wk = weak, brd = broad & shp = sharp) are used to describe the absorption … The following table lists infrared spectroscopy absorptions by frequency regions. 26 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 28 /H [ 1280 341 ] /L 246572 /E 116554 /N 3 /T 245934 >> endobj xref 26 42 0000000016 00000 n 0000004021 00000 n 0000001187 00000 n 26 CHARACTERISTIC INFRARED ABSORPTION BANDS OF FUNCTIONAL GROUPS Class of Compounds -Absorption, cm 1 Intensity -Assignment Class of Compounds Absorption, cm 1 Intensity Assignment Alkanes and 2850-3000 s C-H stretch Carboxylic Acids 2500-3500 s, broad O-H stretch Alkyls 1450-1470 s C-H bend R-C(O)-OH 1710-1715 s, broad C=O stretch Table of Characteristic IR Absorptions m=medium, w=weak, s=strong, n=narrow, b=broad, sh=sharp frequency, cm –1 bond functional group 3640–3610 (s, sh) O–H stretch, free hydroxyl alcohols, phenols *�H�����/RZC�田�q��9�6���^��^g���k��5/��w=#���eA����ړ"_�qOÖB���J�B���Ҧ�z�/���|�$�&ңqc/PZ��:�h+4̃W�}��n��U�0��VF�#�@O�k�#�� s�G� � � endstream endobj 41 0 obj 803 endobj 42 0 obj << /Filter /FlateDecode /Length 41 0 R >> stream FTIR Spectrum. 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The main part, the infrared optical table, consists of an infrared light source, diaphragm, interferometer, sample chamber, detector, infrared mirrors, … Spectra are provided in 5 resolutionsfrom 2.00 cm−1 to 0.125 cm−1using 5apodization functions. Table 12.1 Characteristic IR Absorptions of Some Functional Groups Absorption (cm—I) 3300-3500 1030-1230 1670-1780 1730 1715 1735 1690 1710 2500-3100 2210-2260 1540 Intensity Medium Medium Strong Strong Strong Strong Strong Strong Strong, broad Medium Strong Functional Group Alkane C-H Alkene Alkyne Alkyl halide C-CI C-Br Alcohol O-H c-o Arene Regions of the IR spectrum 8 . 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