Raman Effect in Absolute Perchloric Acid


ACCORDING to recent views, hundred per cent liquid oxacids are pseudo-homogeneous substances, composed of covalent hydroxyl compounds partly associated by means of the unsaturated hydroxyl group. In a few cases, some of the acid molecules may act as proton acceptors, thus forming an acidium salt, accounting for the electroconductivity of the pure acid.

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FONTEYNE, R. Raman Effect in Absolute Perchloric Acid. Nature 138, 886–887 (1936). https://doi.org/10.1038/138886b0

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