By Daimay Lin-Vien, Norman B. Colthup, William G. Fateley, Jeanette G. Grasselli
This worthwhile table reference for each practising spectroscopist represents the 1st definitive ebook written in particular to combine wisdom approximately workforce frequencies in infrared in addition to Raman spectra. within the spirit of earlier classics constructed by means of Bellamy and others, this quantity has increased its scope and up-to-date its assurance. as well as detailing attribute workforce frequencies of compounds from a accomplished collection of different types, the e-book incorporates a number of spectra and a literature seek carried out to ensure present correlations and to figure out how you can improve correlations among vibrational frequencies and molecular constitution. specific recognition has been given to the correlation among Raman attribute frequencies and molecular structure.
- Constitutes an important reference for each working towards vibrational spectroscopist
- Provides the hot definitive textual content on attribute frequencies of natural molecules
- Incorporates workforce frequencies for either infrared and Raman spectra
- Details the attribute IR and Raman frequencies of compounds in additional than twenty significant categories
- Includes an intensive selection of spectra
- Compiled by way of the world over well-known experts
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