Raman Spectrum of Thiophosphoryl Chloride

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THE Raman spectrum of phosphorus oxychloride has been explained by assuming an asymmetric tetrahedral structure for its molecules. The molecules of thiophosphoryl chloride may, by analogy with those of the oxychloride, be supposed to have a similar tetrahedral structure; and the Raman spectra of these two compounds should then be similar.

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