By Jhan M. Khan (auth.), V. D. Fréchette, W. C. LaCourse, V. L. Burdick (eds.)
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0 1373(w) 1432(m, b) 1545(m) 1500(m) 1615(m) CH str. COOH str. CO str. (-CO-NH-). CO str. (-CO-NH-Cu). NH! deg. def. COO- asym. str. (COO-Cu). NH bend. (-CO-NH-). + sym. def. NH3 CH 2 def. CO str. plus OH bend. CH2 def. COO- sym. str. (COO-Cu), CH 2 bend. NH3 str. + NH str. (-CO-NH-). OH str. 3295(sh) 3220(sh) 3090(b) 2970(w, sh) 1740(m) 1680( s) OH str. NH2 str. Assignments 3400 H-clay Complex Table IV. Band Assignments of Glycylglycine-Montmorillonite Complexes Prepared at Several Different pH-values.
D. Dove (Univ. Florida): Could you comment on the spatial resolution attained with various techniques. -Lm; conventional AES, 1 mm; ion scattering, 1 mm; ESCA, about 1 cm. However, spatial resolution may be larger than the probe diameter, especially for the AES/SEM case. J. Kraitchman (PPG): In depth-profiling, complications CHARACTERIZATION OF SURFACES 21 may arise because ion etching can remove various constituents at different rates. Even if steady- state conditions are attained, these may not represent the true composition.