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Infrared Spectrum of Methyldifluoramine
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15.This is a Coriolis‐type interaction but is quite different from the more common first‐order effect arising between the two components of a degenerate vibration in a symmetric rotor. For a discussion of the different types of Coriolis interaction see H. C. Allen, Jr., and P. C. Cross, Molecular Vib‐Rotors (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 1963).
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21.The two nearly degenerate components of each of the unsymmetric methyl‐group motions appear to satisfy the conditions outlined by Wilson14 for the occurrence of rotational coupling between them.
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