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Infra‐Red Absorption Spectrum of Dimethyldiacetylene
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11.The system used in numbering the frequencies is that agreed upon by molecular spectroscopists at one of the sessions of the 1948 Symposium on Molecular Structure and Spectroscopy, held at Ohio State University, whereby the largest fundamental frequency of the most symmetrical type is designated after which one proceeds in order of decreasing frequency and decreasing symmetry, the smallest frequency of the least symmetrical type being designated where n is the number of distinct fundamental frequencies (for the present molecule, ).
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13.In the laboratory of the first author, it is planned to obtain in the near future the Raman spectrum of dimethyldiacetylene in benzene solution and the infra‐red spectrum in the region no equipment is available in this laboratory, however, for the infra‐red region below
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