Kischel, Michael; Kisters, D.; Strohe, G.; Veeman, W.s.:
Dynamic infrared spectroscopy, a tool to detect hydrogen bonds in polymers?
1998
In: European Polymer Journal, Jg. 34 (1998), Heft 11, S. 1571 - 1577
Artikel/Aufsatz in Zeitschrift1998Chemie
Titel:
Dynamic infrared spectroscopy, a tool to detect hydrogen bonds in polymers?
Autor(in):
Kischel, MichaelLSF; Kisters, D.LSF; Strohe, G.LSF; Veeman, W.s.LSF
Erscheinungsjahr
1998

Abstract:

Dynamic IR linear polarized spectra of thermoplastic polyester-polyurethane and nylon-6 films are recorded under a varying sinusoidal strain. Dichroic spectra are calcd. from the dynamic 0 Deg and 90 Deg polarized spectra. The large bipolar bands in the dichroic in-phase spectra, caused by large-frequency shifts of the original monopolar absorption bands, are ascribed to hydrogen bonds. This shows that esp. the hydrogen bonds are affected by stretching of the material.