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AuthorBellamy, L. J. author
TitleThe Infrared Spectra of Complex Molecules [electronic resource] : Volume Two Advances in Infrared Group Frequencies / by L. J. Bellamy
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1980
Edition Second Edition
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-6520-4
Descript XII, 300 p. online resource

CONTENT

1 Alkanes -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. CH3 stretching frequencies -- 1.3. CH2 stretching frequencies -- 1.4. The symmetric methyl deformation frequency -- 1.5. The CH2 deformation frequency -- 1.6. Skeletal vibrations -- 2 Alkenes and Vibrations of C=N and N=N Links -- 2.1. The C=C stretching frequency -- 2.2. C=C Frequencies in open chains -- 2.3. CH stretching vibrations of olefines -- 2.4. The C=N stretching frequency -- 2.5. The N=N stretching frequency -- 3 X=Y=Z Systems and Triple Bonds -- 3.1. Introduction, multiple bond systems -- 3.2. Isothiocyanates -- 3.3. Thiocyanates -- 3.4. Isocyanates -- 3.5. Azides -- 3.6. Carbodi-imides -- 3.7. Diazo compounds -- 3.8. Alienes -- 3.9. Factors controlling the stretching frequencies of triple bonds -- 3.10. Isonitriles -- 3.11. Alkynes -- 4 Unassociated XH Vibrations -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Changes in XH stretching frequencies following alterations in the X Element -- 4.3. Changes in XH stretching frequencies with alterations in the Substituents at X -- 4.4. vOH stretching frequencies -- 4.5. vNH stretching frequencies -- 4.6. Silicon and germanium hydrides -- 4.7. Hydrides of other elements -- 5 Carbonyl Frequencies -- 5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Mass effects -- 5.3. Frequency interaction effects -- 5.4. The effects of changes in bond angles, and in the strengths of the adjacent bonds -- 5.5. Chemical effects -- 5.6. Field effects in carbonyl compounds -- 5.7. The effects of changes of phase or of Association -- 5.8. Carbonyl frequencies in specific classes of compound -- 5.9. The carbonyl deformation frequency -- 6 X=Y Bonds Other than Carbonyl. vS=O, N=O, P=O, P=S, C=S and C=Se Vibrations -- 6.1. The sulphoxide group -- 6.2. The XN=O bond -- 6.3. The P=O stretching frequency -- 6.4. The P=S vibration -- 6.5. The P=Se vibration -- 6.6. The C=S vibration -- 6.7. The C=Se vibration -- 7 Stretching Vibrations of XO2 Systems, RSO2, RNO2, RCO2 -- 7.1. The SO2 stretching vibrations -- 7.2. The X-NO2 stretching vibrations -- 7.3. The ionized carboxyl group CO2- -- 8 Associated XH Frequencies, The Hydrogen Bond -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. OHโ{128}ฆX systems -- 8.3. NHโ{128}ฆX hydrogen bonds -- 8.4. Hydrogen bonding in thiols -- 8.5. CHโ{128}ฆX hydrogen bonds -- 8.6. Hydrogen bonds of inorganic acids


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