A new methodology for production of hyperquenched glassy films and their study by nonphotochemical hole burning

@inproceedings{Kim1993ANM,
  title={A new methodology for production of hyperquenched glassy films and their study by nonphotochemical hole burning},
  author={W.-H. Kim and M. McPhillen and John M. Hayes and Gerald J. Small},
  year={1993}
}
Abstract Thermospray deposition, a new method for the production of glassy films, is described. Infrared spectra of the hydroxyl stretch of glassy water films are presented. The use of hole burning spectroscopy to sensitively distinguish differences in the properties of amorphous films is illustrated for oxazine 720-doped ethanol- d 1 films.