Thermodynamic Isotope Effect of Lithium, Carbon, Nitrogen, Chlorine, Copper and Uranium Compounds
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Few studies have so far been reported on isotopic frequency shifts, which present problems in experimentation. In this paper, the <I>G</I> and <I>F</I> matrix method is applied to theoretical calculation of the frequency shifts of linear molecules <I>XY</I><SUB>2</SUB> and <I>XYZ</I>, as well as of octahedral molecules <I>XY</I><SUB>6</SUB> Using these values, reduced partition function ratios of lithium, carbon, copper, nitrogen, chlorine and uranium compounds have been calculated.
- Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology
Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology 5(5), 236-245, 1968
Atomic Energy Society of Japan