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Molecular Vibrations of the Trigonal Bipyramidal Model MXY2Z2: Pentacoordinated Molecules. XI
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12.The off‐diagonal element (excluded from the calculation) as well as and (both included in the calculation) are all functions of d‐α interactions. Likewise and (both excluded from the calculation) measure D‐β interactions in addition to used in the calculation. Hence the use of one off‐diagonal element for each symmetry block serves as a “catch‐all” to estimate some average size of the off‐diagonal terms.
13.Only the vibrations associated with the trigonal bipyramidal framework are listed in Table I since the simplification is made that the group acts as a unit.
14.Previously the infrared band at was assigned to a P‐F equatorial stretching mode. Re‐examination of the spectrum indicates this to be the R branch of the band at the P branch being located at
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18.The frequencies resulting from the second part of the computer program agreed exactly with the observed frequencies used in the first part of the program. See Ref. 11.
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