Trends in Mechanical Engineering & Technology

ISSN: 2231-1793

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Spectroscopy analysis

Abstract Submission Deadline : November 30, 2023

Manuscript Submission Deadline : December 25, 2023

Special Issue Description

Spectroscopic analysis might be utilized to elucidate the structure of this surface complex. The Se could serve as a bridging atom, reducing the double bond to Sc to a single bond. Also, Se may have relatively less shielded access to Os. On the other hand, Sc could be the participating atom since it would simply be exchanging one S–O bond for another. The spectroscopic evidence that would be needed would include the presence of S-S bond stretch (difference between a single and double bond) and S–O decoupling; in one configuration, Sc is bonded to three O atoms and Se to none, and in the other, Sc is bonded to two O atoms and Se to one. The pattern of bond bending spectral information may be different due to the iso structure of one configuration and the test structure of the other. The maximum bonded chain length may also be evident in spectral data (the Sc bonded configuration has a chain length of three atoms, while the Se bonded configuration has a four-atom chain length). Attenuated total reflectance Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (ATR-FTIR) was recently applied to the confirmation of inner-sphere complexation of B(OH)30 and BOH4− to various minerals, including amorphous iron hydroxide (Su and Suarez, 1995). By systematically subtracting reference spectra from the spectra of more complex samples, ATR-FTIR information about the surface coordination of salicylic acid on aluminum and iron(III) oxides was obtained (Biber and Stumm, 1994).


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