Raman intensities of C=C stretching vibrational frequencies of polyenes: Nadal mode analysis

Jin Yong Lee; Sang Joo Lee; Kim, Kwang S.
September 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;9/15/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p4112
Academic Journal
Investigates the vibrational spectra intensity of the stretching vibrational modes of four polyene systems to understand the nature of Raman intensity increases. Use of the nodal mode analysis in the investigation; Area with the strongest Raman intensities regardless of polyene systems because of the long-range cooperation effect.


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