A description is given of the design and operation of a new infrared spectroscopy sampling technique that permits real-time, <u>S</u>imultaneous <u>MA</u>ss and <u>T</u>emperature <u>CH</u>ange (SMATCH)/FT-IR measurements to be made on samples heated at high rates (up to 320°C/s) to about 600°C. The technique is illustrated with 13.4%N nitrocellulose.

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