The integrated IR intensity can be directly related to the electric shielding tensor of the nuclei in a molecule. This allows us to measure, by IR spectroscopy, the effective electric field at the nuclei of a molecule immersed in an external electric field. Relations exist with the dynamic polarizability and the magnetizability, which implies the possibility of a unified treatment of electric and magnetic second-order properties.

Connection between the nuclear electric shielding tensor and the infrared intensity / Lazzeretti, Paolo; R., Zanasi. - In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS. - ISSN 0009-2614. - STAMPA. - 112:(1984), pp. 103-105.

Connection between the nuclear electric shielding tensor and the infrared intensity

LAZZERETTI, Paolo;
1984

Abstract

The integrated IR intensity can be directly related to the electric shielding tensor of the nuclei in a molecule. This allows us to measure, by IR spectroscopy, the effective electric field at the nuclei of a molecule immersed in an external electric field. Relations exist with the dynamic polarizability and the magnetizability, which implies the possibility of a unified treatment of electric and magnetic second-order properties.
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Connection between the nuclear electric shielding tensor and the infrared intensity / Lazzeretti, Paolo; R., Zanasi. - In: CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS. - ISSN 0009-2614. - STAMPA. - 112:(1984), pp. 103-105.
Lazzeretti, Paolo; R., Zanasi
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