Abstract

The data manipulation ability of a Fourier transform IR spectrometer is exploited to characterize molecular orientation in polymers. In particular, the application of spectral subtraction to dichroic ratio determination and to the measurement of three-dimensional orientation via sample tilting and internal reflection spectroscopy is explored for nylon film samples.

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