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Application of inelastic epithermal neutron scattering to the vibrational spectroscopy of adsorbed molecules: Butane physisorbed on graphite (0001) surfaces
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19.This reference also contains a description of the mode eigenvectors, their symmetry, and atomic displacement patterns for selected modes.
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