Abstract

Reflection-absorption infrared spectroscopy is a technique for obtaining infrared spectra of thin films formed on the surfaces of plane metallic mirrors by reflecting infrared radiation from the mirrors at large, nearly grazing angles of incidence. Such spectra can, of course, provide a great deal of information about surface processes but for their correct interpretation it is essential to determine any differences in appearance between reflection-absorption spectra and transmission spectra that are inherent in the reflection-absorption technique.

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