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Infrared spectroscopy is a technique in which the absorption frequencies of
electromagnetic radiation and its intensity is measured. Vibrational frequencies depend
on the nature of the vibration and the intensity depends on the change in dipole moment,
which rely on the atoms involved in the vibration, making it a very useful technique to
determine the presence of certain functional groups in a given sample. In this experiment,
the IR spectrum of unknown sample #8, later identified as cyclohexanol, was analyzed.
1. Infrared spectrum with band/peaks used for identification clearly marked.
Spectrum 1: IR spectrum of Sample #8.
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