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NORMAL COORDINATE ANALYSES OF THREE-MEMBERED RING MOLECULES.

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Title: NORMAL COORDINATE ANALYSES OF THREE-MEMBERED RING MOLECULES.
Creators: Chatfield, Dale; Russell, Joel W.
Issue Date: 1969
Abstract: Although complete vibrational assignments have been proposed for many three-membered ring molecules including, in several cases, isotopically substituted systems, attempts to obtain the normal coordinates for such molecules have been fairly unsuccessful. Such studies must consider the problems of redundant coordinates, anharmonic vibrations and other effects of very highly strained rings. A review of previous normal coordinate calculations for such molecules will be presented with additional results on substituted aziridines. An attempt to consider directly the effect of the strained ring will be discussed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/15743
Other Identifiers: 1969-J-6
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