Infrared intensity and morphology of l-monolaurin-water systems.


The infrared spectra for some metastable states in 1-monolaurin water systems were observed at room temperature, where the relative intensity of bands due to paraffin chains changed considerably, especially in the CH2 rockings, which disappear in some cases. It is considered that the spectral changes result from the morphology change on going from the… (More)


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@article{Kanesaka2000InfraredIA, title={Infrared intensity and morphology of l-monolaurin-water systems.}, author={Isao Kanesaka and K. Shimizu}, journal={Spectrochimica acta. Part A, Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy}, year={2000}, volume={56 3}, pages={523-9} }