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Why is mercury liquid? Or, why do relativistic effects not get into chemistry textbooks?
A fresh constellation of experimental facts, theoretical calculations, and discussion of the chemical bonding in mercury that sheds light on a number of classical issues in inorganic chemistry.
Reinterpretation of the internal mode vibrational spectra of ammonium sulfate (phase I)
Reinterpretation des spectres Raman a l'aide du groupe d'espace vibrationnel Pma2. Mise en evidence d'anions SO 4 2− a axe ternaire local a peu pres parallele a l'axe cristallographique c
Low-temperature Raman spectrum of phase V ammonium nitrate
Raman spectra of polycrystalline normal and three 15N isotopic ammonium nitrates (15NH4NO3, NH415NO3 and 15NH415NO3) were recorded at various temperatures between 10 and 300 K. Isotopic shifts ofExpand
Refinement of the crystal structure of nonstoichiometric Ti2+xS4
Single crystals of the nonstoichiometric compound Ti2+xS4 have been prepared in a vapor transport reaction. X-ray diffraction data were collected with an automatic single crystal diffractometer. TheExpand
Factor group splitting and dispersion on internal vibrational modes: A qualitative discussion
Factor group splittings, of common occurrence in the infrared and Raman spectra of crystals, and dispersion, usually encountered in discussions of lattice modes, are shown to be closely relatedExpand
Factor groups, point groups, space groups: A review of some central concepts with application to vibrational spectroscopy on crystalline solids
Although crystallographers and solid-state spectroscopists have much in common, differences in background and tradition raise obstacles for an easy communication between the two groups of scientists.Expand
The Brillouin zone—An interface between spectroscopy and crystallography
Explains the concepts of Wigner-Seitz unit cells, reciprocal space, k space, the Ewald construction, and diffraction from the viewpoint of spectroscopy and crystallography.
The crystal structure of Nb2Se