The paper suggests the model of carbon tetrachloride self-association in gas and condensed phases, based on comparative analysis of IR findings for carbon-, silicon-, and germanium tetrachloride, obtained at different temperatures in gas, as well as in liquid, solid state, and noble gas solutions.
Carbon tetrachloride IR spectroscopy
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