ChemSiddiqui Posted November 12, 2008 Share Posted November 12, 2008 Hi all, I was just wondering and was infact a bit curious about a question thats was bring put forward to me. In FTIR, N2 is used to take the background right and it is supposed to have no absorption peak becuase it is not a dipole but still the N2 show absorption peak....! I don't know how that can be. May be there is a reason that the in N2 molecule bond if not vibrate but does rotate that show the absorption peak. I have no clue....any help????! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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