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    Posted: 14 September 2007 at 6:43am
Hi,
I have an electrical issue which is claimed to be from "polarised phosphourous" in a doped oxide film....
 
I have been told that I can detect it from FTIR traces but I'm not so sure. I thought that FTIR could detect "bending", "stretching" and "twisting" not "polarising". My FTIR knowledge is limited but I can interpret the traces and peaks well enough to get by...
 
So the question is ... if I can detect polarising with either FTIR or even RAMAN which wave numbers would it show at ????
 
thanks in advance
 
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