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### Nickel tetracarbonyl, Ni(CO)4. I. Molecular structure by gaseous electron diffraction. II. Refinement of quadratic force field

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J. Chem. Phys. 70, 3224 (1979)
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6.Data for the leveled total intensities and final backgrounds, correlation matrices for models 2 and 3, and the correlation matrix for the force constant refinement are available as Tables VII‐X. See AIP document for 11 pages of supplementary material. Order by PAPS number and journal reference from American Institute of Physics, Physics Auxiliary Publication Service, 335 East 45th Street, New York 10017. The price is $1.50 for each microfiche (98 pages) or$5 for photocopies of up to 30 pages with \$0.15 for each additional page over 30 pages. Air mail additional. Make checks payable to the American Institute of Physics. This material also appears in Current Physics Microfilm, the monthly microfilm edition of the complete set of journals published by AIP, on the forms immediately following this article.
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16.For the shrinkages, observed instead of calculated l’s were used in the terms However, the shrinkages are virtually unaffected by this substitution.
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