# Advances in Carbohydrate Chemistry, Vol. 12 by Melville L. Wolfrom (ed.), R. Stuart Tipson (ed.)

By Melville L. Wolfrom (ed.), R. Stuart Tipson (ed.)

By Melville L. Wolfrom (ed.), R. Stuart Tipson (ed.)

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26 Two of these are depicted in Fig. 4. The intricacies of the discussion, which culminated in the assignments of the frequencies, are of great interest to spectroscopists, since the study was based to a greater extent than usual on a consideration of probable intensities. -Two of the Normal Vibrations of TetrahydropyranZ4:(A) Symmetrical Ring Breathing Frequency; (B) Antisymmetrical Ring Bending Frequency. (The arrows represent displacements of the nuclei from their equilibrium positions. ) ever, a general account of their results will satisfy the purpose of the present Chapter.

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