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Collision theory
Atom-Molecule Collision Theory.Edited by R. B. Bernstein. Pp.779. (Plenum: London and New York, 1979.) $57.50.
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Vibrational spectroscopy
Vibrational States.By S. Califano. Pp. xii+335. (Wiley–Interscience: London and New York, April 1976.) £16.75; $34.50.
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Molecular reaction dynamics
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CHEMICAL SHIFTS IN THE NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTRA OF MOLECULES CONTAINING POLAR GROUPS
It is shown that the electric field at a particular nucleus arising from polar groups in other parts of a molecule can lead to chemical shifts proportional to the first power of the field strength....
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Direct chiral discrimination in NMR spectroscopy
Abstract Conventional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is unable to distinguish between the two mirror-image forms (enantiomers) of a chiral molecule. This is because the NMR spectrum isExpand
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Chirality in NMR spectroscopy
Abstract Nuclear magnetic resonance spectra are blind to chirality unless the environment discriminates d and l enantiomers. However, a nuclear magnetic moment in the x-direction combined with theExpand
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Optical activity of oriented molecules
The established theory of optical activity relates the activity to the mean electric dipole induced by the time-derivative of the magnetic field of the light wave and to the associated mean magneticExpand
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Molecular quadrupole moments
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SOLVENT EFFECTS IN VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY
The effects of solute-solvent interactions on the frequencies, intensities and shapes of the infra-red absorption bands of dissolved molecules are discussed. The interaction potential energy UExpand
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