Normal Vibrations of Ice and Heavy Ice

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TypeTechnical Report
Series titleTechnical Translation (National Research Council of Canada); no. NRC-TT-953
Physical description15 p.
Subjectice; molecular bonds; hydrogen; Vibrations; glace (gel); liaison moleculaire; hydrogene
AbstractA normal mode analysis was carried out for a part of the ice structure, a water molecule with its four nearest neighbours linked through hydrogen bonding, as a nine-body problem. Force constants for the hydrogen bonding were taken into consideration. The absorption bands of ice at about 800 cm[- 1] is due to "hindered rotational motion" of water molecules and that near 200 cm[-1] due to stretching vibration of hydrogen bonds, i.e. "hindered translational motion" of water molecules.
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PublisherNational Research Council Canada
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada
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NRC numberNRC-IRC-460
NPARC number20358558
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Record identifier04776622-1d43-46cb-8d70-d2a8d60d1608
Record created2012-07-20
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