Raman and Infra-Red Spectra of Germanium Tetrafluoride

THE Raman spectrum of gaseous germanium tetrafluoride at 1.8 atm. has been investigated with mercury arc excitation, and two lines have been observed. One is excited by λ 4358 and the other by λ 4046 A., the measured Δν-values being 737.1 and 738.4 cm.−1 respectively. This shift may with confidence be identified with the symmetrical breathing frequency of… CONTINUE READING