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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Infrared Gas Phase Intensity Measurements. Polar Tensors And Effective Charges Of Cis-dichloroethylene-d0 And D2
Author: Hopper M.J.
Overend J.
Ramos M.N.
Bassi A.B.M.S.
Bruns R.E.
Abstract: The gas phase fundamental intensities of cis-dichloroethylene and its dideuterated modification have been measured. Isotopic invariance, the G sum rule and the results of molecular orbital calculations have been used to select preferred experimental values for the dipole moment derivatives and polar tensor elements of these molecules. The F sum rule has been used to determine individual intensity values of the v4, v12 overlapped band system of the dihydrogen molecule. Values of the polar tensor elements for cis dichloroethylene are compared with those previously determined for cis-difluoroethylene. The hydrogen effective charge values in these molecules are essentially identical (0.17 and 0.18e). The polar tensor of cis-dichloroethylene is used to predict the vibrational intensities of trans-dichloroethylene. © 1983 American Institute of Physics.
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Date Issue: 1983
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