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Infra-Red Spectra of Silica

Naturevolume 134page739 (1934) | Download Citation

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An experimental investigation of the infra-red absorption of transparent silica between 1·0 and 7·5 has resulted in the correction and extension of existing data, with the consequent possibility of formulating a set of vibration frequencies which appear to have more significance than those hitherto put forward. Pending detailed publication it may be useful to summarise some of the results.

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  1. Physics Department, Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne

    • D. G. DRUMMOND

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