Raman Spectra of Water, Saturated Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions, and Ice Crystals

  • Z. A. Gabrichidze


Study of the vibration spectra of compounds with hydrogen bonds can yield important information on the nature of the hydrogen bond and on the structure of the substance investigated. Water occupies a special position in this respect, since its basic properties are governed by its hydrogen bonds. Research on the vibration spectra of aqueous electrolyte solutions is also of great interest for determination of the state of individual bonds in water molecules.


Water Molecule Raman Spectrum Liquid Water Vibration Band Vibration Spectrum 
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