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Vol  4, No. 4, October-December, 1995

Vol 4, No 4, 1995

Asian Journal of Physics                                                                                                         Vol. 4, No 4 (1995) 211 -216


Normal Coordinate Analysis, of complexes of the type XReO3
(with X = F, Cl, Br and CH3)


R PIKL AND W KIEFER

Institut fur Physikalische Chemie der Universitat Wurzburg
Marcasstr. 9-11, D-97070 Wurzburg, Federal Republic of Germany

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A normal coordinate analysis of several XReO3-complexes with X = F, Cl, Br and CH3 is performed and discussed. A comparison of the methyl group as point mass with the halo­gens has been examined and discussed. The calculations have also been expanded to include the whole methyl group.

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Asian Journal of Physics                                                                                                         Vol. 4, No 4 (1995) 217 -232

 

General Valence Force Field and Normal Coordinate
Analysis of 1,3,5-Trisubstituted Benzenes


T POLZER AND W KIEFER*

Institut fur Physikalische Chemie der Universitat Wurzburg
Marcasstr. 9-11, D-97070 Wurzburg, Federal Republic of Germany.

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The vibrational spectra of mesitylene and a complete 'as­signment of the observed normal modes are presented and discussed together with literature data. A general valence force field suitable for different 1,3,5-trisubstituted benzenes was investigated and normal coordinate calculations for C6H5R (R = Me, Cl, Br) were performed. Good agreement between observed and calculated frequencies has been achieved. The force field together with force constants and potential energy distribution is presented. The complete set of the representa­tions of the normal modes based on the calculated displace­ment vectors of the atoms is given.

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Asian Journal of Physics                                                                                                          Vol 4. No 4, (1995) 233-263

 

REVIEW ARTICLE

Laser speckles - A bibliographic review : 1991, 1992


K. SINGH and ARVIND KUMAR
Photonics Group, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology; Delhi
Hauz Khas, New Delhi - 110016.

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`Speckle' being a subject of continuing interest for scientists and engineers, has resulted in tremendous growth of literature in the past. It can be seen that the activity in the field of speckles has been continuing without any sign of slowing down. The speckle-based techniques become even more attractive to the engineers when their applications become feasible in real-time replacing the processing of photographic records and the subsequent optical transformation of the processed speckle photographs (specklegrams). The availability of various types of nonlinear photorefractive crystals and spatial light modulators for recording the speckles has opened a new way for real-time processing of optical information. The present bibliographic review covers the years 1991 and 1992. It is hoped that this review would serve to give the readers an overview of the advances in the area of speckles. The main areas/topics covered during the years 1991 and 1992 are given.

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 [1]    K. Singh, Atti Fond. G. Ronchi 27 (1972) 197-203.
         Laser Speckles; Statistics, Removal and Applications, Part I. A Bibliography.

[2]  K. Singh, J. Opt. (India) 9 (1980) 86-95. .
Laser Speckles - A Bibliography: 1974, 1975.

[3]  K. Singh, J. Opt. (India) 8(1979)51-69.
Laser Speckles - A Bibliography: 1976-1978.

[4]  K. Singh, J. Opt. (India) 10(1981)17-23.
Laser Speckles - A Bibliography: 1979.

[5]  K. Singh, J. Opt. (India) 10(1980)61-67.
Laser Speckles - A Bibliography: 1980.

[6]  K. Singh and Arvind Kumar, Opt. Appl. 18(1988)359-379.

 Laser Speckles - A Bibliography: 1981, 1982.

[7]  K. Singh and Arvind Kumar, Opt. Appl. 19(1989)389-402.

 Laser Speckles - A Bibliography: 1983, 1984.

[8]  K. Singh, Arvind Kumar and S. Baskar, J. Pure Appl. Phys. 1(1989) 129-149.

 Laser Speckles - A Bibliography: 1985, 1986

[9]  K. Singh and Arvind Kumar.

 Laser Speckles - A Bibliography: 1987, 1988(communicated).

[10] K. Singh and Arvind Kumar.

  Laser Speckles - A Bibliography: 1989, 1990(communicated).

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