Vibration of molecules

United States, 1959

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Episode of Series “Chemical Education Material Study”
Explains the relationship between the structure of a molecule and its vibrational motions. Water, carbon dioxide, and methane are discussed in detail. The effect of molecular collision, or absorption of light, on molecular vibrations is illustrated.

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Gerald Nevius

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