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  1. #1 Type of a resin 
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    Hello everyone,
    I have samples to be examined for their organic matter by Fourier Transform IR spectrometer (FTIR). The structure and the morphology of the samples have to be conserved and preserved, so they are embedded in a type of resin and cut into thin sections for analysis. The problem that i have used an organic-type resin for inclusion and shown to present so many interferences peaks. Could any one please suggest an inorganic resin or any other resin that has an IR windows?


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