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Laser Excited Raman Spectrum of Cyclopentadiene Nickel Nitrosyl

Naturevolume 214pages267268 (1967) | Download Citation



RAMAN spectrophotometers with the conventional mercury source replaced by a laser have recently become commercially available. The ability to choose different exciting frequencies by changing or tuning the laser now permits the investigation of the Raman spectrum of coloured compounds with greater ease than before.

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  1. Department of Chemistry, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

    • I. J. HYAMS
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