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Infrared Spectra of HCl and DCl in Solid Rare Gases. II. Polymers
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10.The actual ratios are given by: where p is the fractional concentration of HCl molecules. The ratios are similar for an hexagonal close‐packed structure and for mixed cubic‐hexagonal‐close‐packed structures. See R. E. Behringer, J. Chem. Phys. 29, 537 (1958) for a partial description.
11.Since all the molecules do not reside at equivalent positions, this is an approximation.
12.We define this ratio as it is for crystalline HCl in Ref. 3, i.e., intensity of low‐frequency component divided by intensity of high‐frequency component.
13.Reference 3. There seemed to be rather large variations in the observed ratio among different experiments, however. In the pure crystal the ratio was found to be while in HCl‐DCl mixed crystals the ratio was These ratios correspond to and respectively.
14.It is unlikely that the available x‐ray‐diffraction data can, as implied in Ref. 3, provide any clue as to the locations of the hydrogen atoms in crystalline HCl. In particular, it seems hardly likely that one can rule out noncoplanar structures on the basis of the relatively crude data available.
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