Atomic Energy Levels by Charlotte E. Moore

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0. o, o, o, 522 1008 ... 3200 0 0 s ... 3186 w I 0 CH,~NHNH~NHCH,~OCH2CH1 [ v(NH)) KCNO 2002 531 ... 3200 ... 3185 M E ~ H, C, -C- NH 2 NH 2 0 N 2, 3660 3513, 3614 ... 3199M ... 3185W H B H H N• C-C' ~ C' -C a N CH,ONO (cis) 4050 ... 3199 w 517 ... 007) B CH, Q 1-616 4054 ... 3199 c w ... 3185 MSh B (O. CHCH,NO, 2002 32 1-1757 3173 ... 3184 E w ... 3180 SSh 8 (0. 169) (CH,),CHCH,CHCH,CH, CH, KCNO ... 169) ... 169) CH (CH,),CHCHtH,CH,CH, (CH 3 ) 2 CHCH (CH,), 1-811 ... 169) 1-661 ... 3180 MSh 8 (0.

3078 vs A .... CH,CH,CH, 1-1071 .... 3075 A 3078M A CH,CH1 COOCH2CH, H,CO ""- J H H,C : C = CHI I Br 5167 .... 3078 D(90°K) ( 11a8 (CH,), .... 3075 M NH,NCS (Phase I) 1011 p(-o). ( II(CH)j 1012 .... 2398) v (CH)) 533 3075 CF, 0 CH,-NH-CI 1- 1026 .... 3075 5 .... 0088) ~ H, C0 H,B(SCH,CH,)2 H1 C=CCH,CH,CH2 1- 1892 .... 2 mm Hg, 40 em) 5031 .... 3075 CH(CH,), 0 o-cN-C(CH,), 1-228 3877 .... 063) .... 3075 vs E,M Pd(NH,(CH,),NH(CH,),NH,)I, ( II(NH)) 1-796 1016 .... 3075 s E or M .... ), v(CH)] 8 3070MWB CCI, [10'1!

3099 M A .. I 0 522 38 3601 (v 8 (CH)] 3095 M CHCI, ONH. N 3513, 3614 .... 3087 3095 M CCI, .... 3090 SO,Cl 0 0 N NH, CH, 2 3513, 3614 .... 064) .... 3090 E or N H1 C=CHCHCH,CH, CH, Wet 1-707 3409 .... 3090 E or N .... 3095 0 ~~-0-C,H, o - o-C(CH,)1 3409 3877 .... 3093 s .... \H, CH, H,c, , [. (NH,l] .... 3093 A CH,ICCl = CH, 0o [ •as(~ CH,l] 4070 .... 2398) F 0 c,o, F 1-1014 101~ .... 169) 3088 vs 8 (0. 2398) F CH,• CHCH· CHCH·CHCH· CH2 OF F F .... 1-1020 1-828 .... 3091 0(90"K) 3088 M 0 0 NH,NCS (Phase I) ....

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