Roles of central and terminal carbon atoms in infrared and Raman itensities of polyenes: Analysis

Jin Young Lee; Byung Jin Mhin
October 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;10/1/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 13, p4881
Academic Journal
Investigates the roles of central and terminal carbon atoms in infrared and Raman intensities. Dipole moment derivatives and polarizability derivatives at carbon atom sites in polyene derivatives; Application in designing materials with large nonlinear optical coefficients; Motions of carbon atoms in the proximity of a substituent.


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