By K. P. Lawley
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Advance in Chemical Physics, VolumeIT Edited by 1. Prigogine Copyright © 1958 by John Wiley & Sons. Inc. INTER- AND INTRAMOLECULAR FORCES AND MOLECULAR POLARIZABILITY KENNETH S . PITZER, Department of Chemistry and Radiation Laboratory, University of California * CONTENTS I. Introduction. . . . . . . . 11. ny-Electron Systems . . A. Polarizability, . . . . . . B. London Forces . . . . . . 111. Experimental Intermolecular Energies . IV. Intramolecular Applications . . . .
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I n this respect the values of A * / k T = z s / k T used by Barrer and Stuart for the two kinds of cavities in the hydrates of the inert gases show a serious discrepancy (cf. Table V of ref. 4). 2, independent of the combining rules. CLATHRATE SOLUTIONS 33 For the hydrates of ethane and ethylene, the calculated equilibrium pressures are too low. This is thought to be caused mainly by the hindered rotation of these comparatively large molecules in their cavities, and perhaps also by the fact that the central force field (Eq.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Volume 2 by K. P. Lawley