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CALCULATION OF FORCE CONSTANTS DIRECTLY FROM CORIOLIS COUPLING CONSTANTS

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Title: CALCULATION OF FORCE CONSTANTS DIRECTLY FROM CORIOLIS COUPLING CONSTANTS
Creators: Bass, C. D.; Margolis, J. S.
Issue Date: 1964
Abstract: It has been established for a number of molecules that off diagonal force constants which are sensitive functions of the observed frequencies may be more accurately determined by considering Coriolis coupling constants. Standard methods of analysis relate these coupling constants to the force constants and the relations are difficult to invert. Thus, the analysis proceeds by matching observed data to assumed potential fields. Using the Green's function approach, we have shown how to calculate the mixing parameters directly from observed Coriolis constants. Previously, it has been shown that the molecular force field is determined by a knowledge of the mixing parameters.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/14543
Other Identifiers: 1964-E-08
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