SOLVENT EFFECTS IN VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY

@article{Buckingham1960SOLVENTEI,
  title={SOLVENT EFFECTS IN VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY},
  author={A. D. Buckingham},
  journal={Transactions of The Faraday Society},
  year={1960},
  volume={56},
  pages={753-760}
}
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 U between a single solute molecule and its environment is treated as a variable depending upon the solvent configuration and on the normal co-ordinates of the isolated vibrating solute. Formulae relating the mean solvent shifts Δω to the derivatives of U with respect to the normal co-ordinates and to the… Expand
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