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INFRA-RED DISPERSION STUDIES. PART 2. METHYL IODIDE.
UNIVERSITY COLL OF WALES ABERYSTWYTH EDWARD DAVIES CHEMICAL LAB
The dispersion curve for liquid methyl iodide was measured between 2 and 20 microns using an interferometric method. The refractive index data were analyzed to yield the infra-red intensities of all fundamental vibration bands. The results were used in conjunction with a reasonable quadratic potential function to obtain dipole moment derivatives with respect to bond lengths and bond moments. The parameters obtained are compared with those obtained for methyl iodide in the vapour state. Author
Scientific rept. no. 11,
See also AD-418 433.
AF61 052 691