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The proper amount of this KBr preparation is placed in a special die, and a disk is pressed using approximately 9600 Kg pressure. The disk is placed in a holder and placed then in the sample compartment of the IR spectrometer. Both the mull and KBr pressed disk technique can cause changes to the sample. Grinding or increased pressure upon the sample can cause changes in crystalline form of the sample. , R - N H + C I - + K B r ~ R - N H + B r - +KC1). , R - - N H 3 + F - + KBr ~ R - N H 3 + B r - ) .
Field and Wave Electromagnetics (2nd Edition, 2006 reprint of 1989) by David K. Cheng