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Abstract 3
Objectives 3
Introduction 3
The Mechanism 4
FTIR Applications 4
Major types of Mid infrared techniques: 4
Case Study (I): 5
Results and discussion 7
Conclusion 7
References 8
Figures 9

 

 

 

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