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Potential Constants of Tetrachlorethylene

Nature volume 139, page 288 (13 February 1937) | Download Citation

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G. B. B. M. SUTHERLAND and D. M. Dennison1 have deduced the relations between the parallel frequencies and the potential constants of the ethylene molecule from a given potential function ; the following deals with the extension of these relations to a similar type of molecule, namely, that of tetrachlorethylene.

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  1. Department of Physical Chemistry, University, Liége.

    • JULES DUCHESNE

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