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Perturbation Method for the Calculation of Molecular Vibration Frequencies. III. Skeletal Stretching Vibrations of Normal Paraffins
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11.Equation (13) is an alternative form of the expression for given on p. 1133 of I, the original form of H being used in place of I (11).
12.See, for example, reference 6.
13.A referee has pointed out that strong coupling is to be expected also between the methylene wagging modes and the skeletal stretching modes. It seems to the author that the effectiveness of this may be reduced by the relative remoteness of the methylene frequencies ( whereas the methyl frequencies near actually overlap the skeletal stretching band) : for the theory presented in I indicates that the effectiveness of any coupling is greatly enhanced by the proximity of the frequency of the perturbing mode to that of the mode to be perturbed. Nevertheless, it may well be true that the methylene wagging will have to be taken into account.
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