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Abstract

The field of infrared absorption spectroscopy is one which promises to be of great value in assisting the organic chemist in elucidation of structures of molecules, natural or synthetic. However, it is still in a very early stage of its potential development. In general, only the more common types of structure have been investigated, and a considerable body of work done during the last few years has not yet appeared in publication. However, with such publication and with the continued growth of interest in the subject, our knowledge should widen considerably in the next years. At present the writer must call upon certain work which is not yet available to the general reader, much of which was obtained in the course of the project on penicillin structure (B 11, B 12).

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  • R. S. Rasmussen
    • 1
  1. 1.EmeryvilleUSA

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