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A perturbation calculation is made of the anharmonicity coefficients in the vibrational energy expression of C 2 H 2 in terms of the constants in the most general first‐order and second‐order perturbing potentials consistent with the geometrical symmetry of the molecule. From an analysis of...
A considerable amount of evidence is presented for the view that a part, if not all, of the film potential of an X multilayer of calcium stearate on a subphase of metal is due to a surface charge on the dielectric and a resultant induced charge in the metal. With a Y multilayer of an even number...
The nonexchange interaction energies of pairs of orthohydrogen and of parahydrogen molecules are examined in detail. The first‐order contribution is seen to contribute the specific heat anomaly of o ‐hydrogen at low temperatures. The second‐order interaction is computed for cases where the...
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