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For example, when we analyze the conversion of some chemical compound, certain characteristic areas tend to decrease (ok).

However, why can a peak (i.e., one peak) generate smaller peaks (i.e., more than one peak) in this case of conversion of some chemical compound (even if the total area decreases, indicating a reaction)?

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    $\begingroup$ Different substances have different spectra. Mixtures give, in very good approximation, just the weighted average of the spectra of the constituents. $\endgroup$ – Karl Feb 20 at 22:10
  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for the answer. $\endgroup$ – Emerson P L Feb 21 at 7:39

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