Speciman support for optical analysis

  • US 5,290,705 A
  • Filed: 01/13/1992
  • Issued: 03/01/1994
  • Est. Priority Date: 01/13/1992
  • Status: Expired due to Fees
First Claim
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1. A method of analyzing a liquid specimen, comprising the steps of forming a specimen support of a rigid material that is non-reactive to water and acidic substances and having a pair of opposed surfaces and having a plurality of unobstructed holes extending between said surfaces, a first of said holes having a different cross sectional area than a second of said holes, positioning said support so that said surfaces are horizontal and the axes of the holes are vertical, enclosing each hole with an unsupported film of a liquid specimen to be analyzed, directed a beam of infrared light through the hole and through the liquid film enclosing the hole, and generating a wavelength spectrum of said beam passing through said film.

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