The effect of two- and three-body interactions in Ar[sub n]CO[sub 2] (n=1,2) on the asymmetric

Rak, Janusz; Szczesniak, M.M.; Chalasinski, Grzegorz; Cybulski, Slawomir M.
June 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;6/22/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 24, p10215
Academic Journal
Studies the effect of two- and three-body interactions in Ar[sub n]CO[sub 2] on the asymmetric stretching carbon dioxide coordinate. Dependence of the two-body interaction upon the asymmetric CO[sub 2] stretch; Dependence of the three-body interaction upon the asymmetric CO[sub 2] stretch.


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