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IR frequencies derived from the computation which produced the structure are shown in the plot below. These data are not adjusted for any expected biases in the computational method.
Select a region with data to zoom. Select a region with no data or click the mouse on the plot to revert to the orginal display.
Moving the mouse pointer over or near a line will display the coordinates of the peak. The number of digits shown do not reflect the uncertainty of the value.
The following components were used in generating the plot:
Additonal code used was developed at NIST: plot-data.js.
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Note: Numeric values for the IR frequencies are avialable in the SD file.
|Owner:||Collection (C) 2016 copyright by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the United States of America. All rights reserved.|
|Computational software:||Gaussian 09, Revision C.01|
|Electronic energy:||-687.143046374 hartree|
|Dipole moment:||2.3080 debye|
|Rotational constants:||1.77386 GHz|
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