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    view the principles of lasers, nonlinear Raman effects, infrared fluorescence, and tunable infrared lasers. Section contains six articles on experimental methods such as Fourier transform spectroscopy, matrix isolation, techniques for studying highly reactive species and high-temperature species, trace analysis by infrared spectroscopy, and resonance Raman spectroscopy. The seven articles in Section C on theoretical methods cover isotope substitution, analysis of infrared bands of different intensities and different contours, and force constant calculations. The last section on applications of infrared spectroscopy to solving problems in molecular structure contains eight articles devoted to a review of vibrational spectra of solids, transition metals, metal carbonyls, rc-alkane and polyethylene compounds, polymers, nucleic acids and proteins, and some model compounds of heme proteins.

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