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• Detectors: – Not enough energy for photoelectric effect-based detectors. – Pyroelectric Detectors • Crystalline materials whose electric polarization depends on temperature • Changing temperature change in charge distribution current • Deuterated Triglycine Sulfate - DTGS
– Photoconductive Detectors • Semiconductor-based • Thermal energy can promote e- from valence to conduction band • Fast response, susceptible to thermal noise – Liquid Nitrogen Cooled
Dispersive IR Spectroscopy • Detector “sees” limited number of wavelengths – Small number of photons need sensitive detector • PMT: good for UV-Vis, poor for IR
• S/N in UV-Vis typically source limited – Dispersive UV-Vis instruments work well
• Dispersive techniques are tougher in the IR – Lower photon energies – Poorer detectors Infrared measurements are detector noise limited.
Multiplex Spectroscopy • Dispersive vs. Multiplex methods – Dispersive: Breaks source light into component wavelengths (“Single at a time”) – Multiplex: Single detector, view all simultaneously • Modulate signal to encode response • Use mathematical algorithm to decode response – Fourier Transform – Often convert from between time domain and frequency domain
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Multiplex Spectroscopy • Relationship between time-domain and frequency domain – In multiplex, typically record data in time domain – Time domain data contains all the information of frequency domain data.
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As more frequencies are added, time-domain signal gets more complex sum = v + 1.2v + 1.5v 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3 -4
Mathematical “transform” can convert between domains – calculation intensive process
Big Problem: It is very difficult to acquire data with time resolution necessary for optical frequencies (Billions of Hz) – Detectors don’t respond that fast! – Must build in some instrumental modulation at a frequency that we can monitor • Must maintain the same time relationships
Signal Modulation: Michelson Interferometer • Used primarily for optical measurement – IR, UV-VIS…
• Displacement of moving mirror results in interference at detector – constructive and destructive
• Retardation (): Difference in path lengths of the two beams (2(M-F)) • As retardation changes, different frequencies (wavelengths) will constructively interfere. – Interferogram is plot of resulting power as a function of retardation.