Standard Vibrational Mode Frequencies of the Planar rrons-Andde Group (—CONH) [Pg.376]

Type Vibration mode Frequency. cm Wave length, p Relative intensity [Pg.27]

The computed harmonic vibrational mode frequencies are 1537, 1453 and 849 cm , which proves we have to do with a true minimum. [Pg.494]

Alkene type Vibration mode Frequency, Wave Relative [Pg.45]

Alkene type Vibration mode Frequency, cm" Wave Relative length, p intensity [Pg.45]

Functional group Vibrational mode Frequency (cm ) Frequency (pm) [Pg.284]

The allowed energy levels for each vibrational mode (frequency) were given by Eq. 8.21. Thus the partition function for vibrational mode i with frequency v, (assuming the degeneracy g,=l) is [Pg.352]

Lures of the method developed by Dolan et al. [176] and Rinzler et al. [142] include analysis of vibrational mode frequencies and thermal quenching effects as a function of pressure. [Pg.27]

Another area of laser use applied to expl materials involves its employment to excite Raman spectra for studies of crystal structure, lattice dynamics, phase transitions and vibrational mode frequencies. Compds studied include T1N3 (Refs 10, 17 23), NaN3 (Ref 18), KN3 and RbN3 (Ref 4), NH4N3 (Ref 7), BaN3 (Refs 5, 8 24), LA (Ref 9), HMX (Ref 25), RDX (Ref 11) and Amm perchlorate (Ref 26) [Pg.563]

Focusing our attention now on cubic Mgj Zni thin films with x > 0.69, a onemode behavior was found by IRSE, where both the TO and LO modes shift linearly with X [26, 27]. The vibrational mode frequencies of the cubic MgO thin film agree well with those of MgO single crystals (o>ro = 401 cm , (OLo = 719cm ) [53]. The shift in the TO and LO modes with mole fraction, x, has been successfully represented by a linear compositional dependence in the form of ci>ro,Lo( ) = TOLo + to,lo- The coefficients for the best fit are mxo = 97(4) cm, to = 300 (3)cm mLo = 157(10) cm and Hlo = 571(9) cm where the values in parentheses represent error bars from 90% confidence limits [27]. An extrapolation to % = 0 yields a value of coxo 300 cm and colo 570 cm , which would represent the COro and (Olo modes, respectively, for cubic ZnO. [Pg.357]

The Raman and infrared spectra for C70 are much more complicated than for C60 because of the lower symmetry and the large number of Raman-active modes (53) and infrared active modes (31) out of a total of 122 possible vibrational mode frequencies. Nevertheless, well-resolved infrared spectra [88, 103] and Raman spectra have been observed [95, 103, 104], Using polarization studies and a force constant model calculation [103, 105], an attempt has been made to assign mode symmetries to all the intramolecular modes. Making use of a force constant model based on C60 and a small perturbation to account for the weakening of the force constants for the bell atoms around the equator, reasonable consistency between the model calculation and the experimentally determined lattice modes [103, 105] has been achieved. [Pg.76]

The use of a surface selection rule in infrared spectroscopy and in EELS has been widespread and has yielded much valuable information on surface orientation of adsorbed species. The rule is a very simple one for adsorbates at metal surfaces, only vibrational modes which modulate a component of the molecular dipole perpendicular to the surface are active in these spectroscopies. This rule arises from the fact that metals have high electrical conductivities at vibrational mode frequencies and this results in the parallel (but not the perpendicular) component of the radiation field going to zero at the surface. [Pg.99]

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