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Mechanical models have been constructed to represent the dynamical systems believed to exist in the molecule. Assuming that the intramolecular forces lie along lines associated with the chemical bonds and that for small vibrations they obey Hooke's law and have the mechanical character of spiral...
It is shown by the discussion of the wave equation for a diatomic molecule in a crystal that the motion of the molecule in its dependence on the polar angles θ and φ may approach either one of two limiting cases, oscillation and rotation. If the intermolecular forces are large and the moment of...
The photoelectric effect from thin films of potassium and oxygen on tungsten has been studied as a function of strong accelerating fields. Fields as high as 63,000 volts/cm were used which shifted photoelectric thresholds towards the red, the shifts being approximately proportional to the square...
The following procedure is proposed for identifying the type of vibration in the molecule to which an observed frequency in a Raman spectrum corresponds. It is assumed that the only forces acting between the atoms in the molecule are those produced by the chemical bonds, and that there is a...
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