Abstract

A new variable thickness infrared cell which may be used for corrosive liquids such as HF or for aqueous solutions is described. The cell is constructed of Monel metal with silver chloride windows, and is variable from a few microns up to about three quarters of a millimeter in thickness. The infrared spectra of liquid HF, DF, H2O, and D2O are given along with the absorption coefficients for the principal peaks.

© 1956 Optical Society of America

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