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  • Emeis, C. A.; Oosterhoff, L. J. (1967). “Emission of circularly-polarised radiation by optically-active compounds.” Chem Phys Lett 1(4): 129.
  • Schiff, L. I. (1968). Quantum Mechanics, 3rd Edition. New York, McGraw Hill.
  • Venkatachalam, C. M. (1968). “Stereochemical Criteria for Polypeptides and Proteins. V. Conformation of a System of Three Linked Peptide Units.” Biopolymers 6: 1425-1436.
  • Atkins, P. W.; Barron, L. D. (1969). “Rayleigh Scattering of Polarized Photons by Molecules.” Mol Phys 16(5): 453-466.
  • Fanconi, B.; Tomlinson, B.; et al. (1969). “Polarized Laser Raman Studies on Biological Polymers.” J Chem Phys 51: 3993-4005.
  • Pine, A. S.; Dresselhaus, G. (1969). “Linear Wave-Vector Shifts in the Raman Spectrum of a-Quartz and Infrared Optical Activity.” Phys Rev 188(3): 1489-1496.
  • Freeman, S. K.; Mayo, D. W. (1970). “Application of Laser-Excited Raman Spectroscopy to Organic Chemistry. IV. A Skeletal Frequency Correlation for Pinane-Type Molecules.” Appl Spectrosc 24(6): 595.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Stein, P.; et al. (1970). “Angular Dependence of Raman Scattering Intensity.” J Chem Phys 52: 1584-1588.
  • Peticolas, W. L.; Fanconi, B.; et al. (1970). “Inelastic Light Scattering from Biological and Synthetic Polymers.” Annal NY Acad Sci 168: 564-588.
  • Peticolas, W. L.; Nafie, L. A.; et al. (1970). “Quantum Theory of Intensities of Molecular Vibrational Spectra.” J Chem Phys 52: 1576-1584.
  • Barron, L. D. (1971). “Symmetry Rules for the Differential Raman Scattering of Circularly Polarized Light by Optically Active Molecules.” J Chem Soc (A): 2899-2904.
  • Barron, L. D.; Buckingham, A. D. (1971). “Rayleigh and Raman Scattering from Optically Active Molecules.” Mol Phys 20(6): 1111-1119.
  • Emeis, C. A.; Oosterhoff, L. J. (1971). “The n-p* Absorption and Emission of Optically Active trans-b-Hydrindane and trans-b- Thiohydrindane.” J Chem Phys 54: 4809-4819.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Stein, P.; et al. (1971). “Time Ordered Diagrams for the Resonant Raman Effect from Molecular Vibrations.” Chem Phys Lett 12: 131-136.
  • Pine, A. S.; Dresselhaus, G. (1971). “Raman Spectra and Lattice Dynamics of Tellurium.” Phys Rev B 4(2): 365-371.
  • Wani, M. C.; Taylor, H. L.; et al. (1971). “Plant Antitumor Agents, VI. The Isolation dn Structure of Taxol, a Novel Antileukemic and Antitumor Agent from Taxus Brevifolia.” J Am Chem Soc 93: 2325.
  • Barron, L. D.; Buckingham, A. D. (1972). “Rayleigh and Raman Scattering by Molecules in Magnetic Fields.” Mol Phys 23(1): 145-150.
  • Bosnick, B.; Moskovits, M.; et al. (1972). “Raman Circular Dichroism. Its Observation in á-Phenylethylamine.” J Am Chem Soc 94(3): 4750-4751.
  • Chabay, I.; Hsu, E. C.; et al. (1972). “Infrared Circular Dichroism Measurement Between 2000 and 5000 cm-1: Pr+3 Tartrate Complexes.” Chem Phys Lett 15: 211-214.
  • Holzwarth, G.; Chabay, I. (1972). “Optical Activity in Molecular Vibrations: A Coupled Oscillator Model.” J Chem Phys 57: 1632-1635.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Peticolas, W. L. (1972). “Reorientation and Vibrational Relaxation as Line Broadening Factors in Vibrational Spectroscopy.” J Chem Phys 57: 3145-3155.
  • Barron, L. D. ; Bogaard, M. P.; et al. (1973). “Differential Raman Scattering of Right and Left Circularly Polarized Light by Asymmetric Molecules.” Nature 241: 113-114.”
  • pubs[pubs.length] = “Barron, L. D.; Bogaard, M. P. ; et al. (1973). “Raman Circular Intensity Differential Observations on Some Monterpenes.” JCS Chem Comm: 152-153.
  • Barron, L. D. ; Bogaard, M. P.; et al. (1973). “Raman Scattering of Circularly Polarized Light by Optically Active Molecules.” J Am Chem Soc 95: 603-605.
  • Diem, M.; Fry, J. L.; et al. (1973). “Circular Differential Raman Spectra of Carvone.” J Am Chem Soc 95(1): 253-255.
  • Hsu, E. C.; Holzwarth, G. (1973). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism in Crystalline alpha-NiSO4.6H20 and alpha-ZnSeO4.6H20 between 1900 and 5000 cm-1.” J Chem Phys 59: 4678-4685.
  • Krikorian, S. E.; Mahpour, M. (1973). “The identification and origin of NH overtone and combination bands in the near-infrared spectra of simple primary and secondary amides.” Spectrochim Acta 29A: 1233-1246.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Pezolet, M.; et al. (1973). “Origin of the Intensity of the Resonant Raman Bands of Differing Polarization in Heme-Proteins.” Chem Phys Lett 20: 563-568.
  • Pezolet, M.; Nafie, L. A.; et al. (1973). “Complete Polarization Measurements for Non-Symmetric Raman Tensors: Symmetry Assignments of Ferrocytochrom c Vibrations.” J Raman Spectrosc 1: 455-464.
  • Salvadori, P.; Ciardelli, F. (1973). An Introduction to Chiroptical Techniques: Basic Principles, Definitions and Applications. Optical Rotatory Dispersion and Circular Dichroism. F. Ciardelli and P. Salvadori. London, Heyden and Sons, Ltd.: 3-24.
  • Schellman, J. A. (1973). “Vibrational Optical Activity.” J Chem Phys 58: 2882-2886.
  • Barron, L. D.; Buckingham, A. D. (1974). “A Simple Two-Group Model for Rayleigh and Raman Optical Activity.” J Am Chem Soc 96: 4769-4773.
  • Barron, L. D.; Buckingham, A. D. (1974). “Raman Optical Activity of Bromocamphor Solutions.” JCS Chem Comm: 1028-1029.
  • Barron, L. D. (1974). “Theoretical Rayleigh Optical Activity of Hexahelicene.” J Am Chem Soc 96: 6761-6762.
  • Fleischmann, M.; Hendra, P. J.; et al. (1974). “Raman Spectra of Pyradine Adsorbed at a Silver Electrode.” Chem Phys Lett 26: 163-166.
  • Holzwarth, G.; Hsu, E. C.; et al. (1974). “Infrared Circular Dichroism of Carbon-Hydrogen and Carbon-Deuterium Stretching Modes. Observations.” J Am Chem Soc 96: 251-252.
  • Person, W. B.; Newton, J. H. (1974). “Dipole Moment Derivatives and Infrared Intensities.” J Chem Phys 61: 1040-1049.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Singh, S. (1974). “Sign Ambiguity in Dipole Moment Derivatives of Br2CO.” Chem Phys Lett 24: 543.
  • Turner, D. H.; Tinoco, J. I.; et al. (1974). “Fluorescence Detected Circular Dichroism.” J Am Chem Soc 96: 4340-4342.
  • Allen, S. D.; Braunstein, A. I.; et al. (1975). “A 10.6 Micron Modulated Light Ellipsometer Optical Properties of Highly Transparent Solids.” S. S. Mitra and B. Bendow. New York, Plenum: 503-514.
  • Barron, L. D. (1975). “Magnetic Vibrational Optical Activity in the Resonance Raman Spectrum of Ferrocytochrome C.” Nature 275: 372-374.
  • Barron, L. D. (1975). “Methyl Group as a Probe of Chirality in Raman Optical Activity.” Nature 255: 458-460.
  • Barron, L. D.; Buckingham, A. D. (1975). “Rayleigh and Raman Optical Activity.” Ann Rev Phys Chem 26: 381.
  • Bonner, O. D.; Choi, Y. S. (1975). “Water-amide interaction.” Spectrochim Acta 31A: 1975-1979.
  • Buckingham, A. D.; Raab, R. E. (1975). “Electric-Field-Induced Differential Scattering of Right and Left Circularly Polarized Light.” Proc R Soc Lond A 345: 365-377.
  • Cheng, J. C.; Nafie, L. A.; et al. (1975). “Polarization Scrambling Using a Photoelastic Modulator: Application to Circular Dichroism Measurement.” J Opt Soc Amer 65: 1031-1035.
  • Hug, W.; Kint, S.; et al. (1975). “Raman Circular Intensity Differential Spectroscopy. The Spectra of (-)-a-Pinene and (+)-a-Phenylethylamine.” J Am Chem Soc 97: 5589-5590.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Cheng, J. C.; et al. (1975). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism of 2,2,2-Trifluoro-1-phenylethanol.” J Am Chem Soc 97: 3842.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Singh, S. (1975). “Calculation of Electro Optical Parameters: A New Approach.” Chem Phys Lett 31: 535.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Singh, S. (1975). “Calculation of Electro Parameters: A New Approach – Application to Nitromethane.” Chem Phys Lett 32: 265.
  • Barron, L. D. (1976). “Anti-Stokes Raman Optical Activity.” Mol Phys 31(6): 1929-1931.
  • Barron, L. D. (1976). “Raman Optical Activity.” Invited Lecture: 667-686.
  • Cheng, J. C.; Nafie, L. A.; et al. (1976). “Photoelastic Modulator for the 0.55-13 ?m Range.” Appl Optics 15: 1960-1965.
  • Diem, M.; Diem, M. J.; et al. (1976). “Raman Optical Activity in 1-Halogeno-2-methylbutanes: Observation of Conformer Dependent Circular Intensity Differentials in Carbon-Halogen Stretching Modes.” JCS Chem Comm: 1028-1030.
  • Diem, M. (1976). “Raman optical activity and vibrational studies of chiral molecules.” Univ. Toledo, OH, US. Field URL: 166 pp.
  • Keiderling, T. A.; Stephens, P. J. (1976). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism in Overtone and Combination Bands.” Chem Phys Lett 41: 46-48.
  • Krikorian, S. E.; Andrea, T. A.; et al. (1976). “The identification and origin of amide group overtone and combination bands in the near-i.r. spectra of cis-configured lactams.” Spectrochim Acta 32A: 1447-1453.
  • Murthy, A. S. N.; Prasad, P. L.; et al. (1976). “CNDO/2 MO Calculations on Hydrogen Bond and Charge Transfer Interactions with Pi Electron Donors.” Adv Mol Relaxation Processes 8: 63.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Keiderling, T. A.; et al. (1976). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism.” J Am Chem Soc 98: 2715-2723.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Pastor, R. W.; et al. (1976). “Observations of the Raman Anti-Resonance Effect in Synthetic Metal (II) Porphyrin Analogues.” Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy. E. Schmid and e. al. Freiburg, H. Schulz: 330-331.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Pastor, R. W.; et al. (1976). “Resonance Raman Studies of Macrocyclic Complexes II. Anti-Resonance and Selective Intensity Enhancement in Synthetic Metal (II) Porphyrin Analogues.” J Am Chem Soc 98: 8007-8014.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Singh, S. (1976). “Calculation of Electro Optical Parameters: Application to X2CZ Molecules.” Can J Chem 54: 1550.
  • Schaack, G. (1976). “Observation of Circularly Polarized Phonon States in an External Magnetic Field.” J Phys C: Solid State Phys 9: L297-L301.
  • Sugeta, H.; Marcott, C.; et al. (1976). “Infrared Circular Dichroism associated with the C-H Stretching Vibration of Tartaric Acid.” Chem Phys Lett 40: 397-398.
  • Albrecht, M. G.; Creighton, J. A. (1977). “Anomalously Intense Raman Spectra of Pyradine at a Silver Electrode.” J Am Chem Soc 99: 5215-5217.
  • Barron, L. D. (1977). “Raman Optical Activity of Camphor and Related Molecules.” JCS Perkin II: 1074-1079.
  • Barron, L. D. (1977). “Raman Optical Activity due to Isotopic Substitution: [a-2H]Benzyl Alcohol.” JCS Chem Comm: 305-306.
  • Barron, L. D. (1977). “Raman Optical Activity of Simple Chiral Molecules; Methyl and Trifluoromethyl Asymmetric Dedformations.” JCS Perkin II: 1790-1794.
  • Barron, L. D. (1977). “Magnetic Resonance Raman Optical Activity of Ferrocytochrome c at Different Laser Wavelengths.” Mol Phys 46(3): 579-581.
  • Blazej, D. C.; Peticolas, W. L. (1977). Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 74: 2639.
  • Boucher, H. ; Brocki, T. R.; et al. (1977). “Vibrational Optical Activity. Circular Differential Raman Scattering from a Series of Chiral Sulfoxides.” J Am Chem Soc 99(21): 6870-6873.
  • Dabrowiak, J. C.; Nafie, L. A.; et al. (1977). “Accessibility of Manganese Oxidation States. Control by Pentaazo Macrocyclic Ligands.” Inorg Chem 16: 540-544.
  • Diem, M.; Gotkin, P. J.; et al. (1977). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism in Amino Acids and Peptides. 1. Alanine.” J Am Chem Soc 99: 8103-8104.
  • Faulkner, T. R.; Marcott, C.; et al. (1977). “Anharmonic Effects in Vibrational Circular Dichroism.” J Am Chem Soc 99: 8160-8168.
  • Henry, B. R. (1977). “Use of local modes in the description of highly vibrationally excited molecules.” Acc Chem Res 10(6): 207-13.
  • Jeanmarie, D. J.; VanDuyne, R. P. (1977). J Electroanal Chem 84: 1-20.
  • Johnson, B. B.; Nafie, L. A.; et al. (1977). “Calculation of Excitation Profiles from the Vibronic Theory for Raman Scattering.” Chem Phys 19: 303-311.
  • Marcott, C.; Faulkner, T. R.; et al. (1977). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism in HCBrClF and DCBrClF. Calculation of the Rotational Strengths Associated with the Fundamentals and the Binary Overtones and Combinations.” J Am Chem Soc 99: 8169-8175.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Walnut, T. H. (1977). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism Theory: A Localized Molucular Orbital Model.” Chem Phys Lett 49: 441-446.
  • Pande, P. K. K.; Chandra, P.; et al. (1977). “Dipole Moment Derivatives from MINDO/3 Semi Empirical MO Calculations.” Chem Phys Lett 49: 353.
  • Pieroni, O.; Fissi, A.; et al. (1977). “Chiroptical Properties and Conformation of Dehydrophenylalanine Peptides.” J Am Chem Soc 15: 22-28.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Singh, S. (1977). “Infrared Band Intensities and Polar Tensors: Properties of Effective Charge and Its Relation to the Sign of Dipole Moment Derivatives.” J Chem Phys 66: 1621.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Singh, S. (1977). “Infrared Intensities. A Comprehensive Quantitative Analysis for Transition Metal Carbonyls.” J Chem Phys 67: 4384.
  • Rawlings, J., P. J. Stephens, et al. (1977). “Near-Infrared Magnetic Circular Dichroism of Cytochrome c.” Biochemistry 16: 1725-1729.
  • Waki, H.; Higuchi, S.; et al. (1977). “Differential Raman Scattering of Right and Left Circularly Polarized Light by Optically Active Molecules.” J Spectrosc Soc Japan 26(5): 272-276.
  • Walnut, T. H.; Nafie, L. A. (1977). “Infrared Absorption and the Born-Oppenheimer Approximation I. Vibrational Intensity Expressions.” J Chem Phys 67: 1491-1500.
  • Walnut, T. H.; Nafie, L. A. (1977). “Infrared Absorption and the Born-Oppenheimer Approximation II. Vibrational Circular Dichroism.” J Chem Phys 67: 1501-1510.
  • Warshel, A.; Dauber, P. (1977). „Calculations of resonance Raman spectra of conjugated molecules.” J Chem Phys 66: 5477.
  • Barron, L. D. (1978). “Raman Optical Activity due to Isotopic Substitution: (1S)-4,4-Dideuterioadamantan-2-one.” JCS Chem Comm: 259-260.
  • Barron, L. D. (1978). “Raman Optical Activity of Tartaric Acid and Related Molecules.” Tetrahedron 34: 607-610.
  • Barron, L. D. (1978). “Raman Optical Activity.” Adv Infrared & Raman Spectrosc 4: 271-33.
  • Bender, M. L.; Komiyama, J. (1978). Cyclodextrin Chemistry. New York, Springer-Verlag.
  • Craig, D. P.; Thirunamachandran, T. (1978). “A Theory of Vibrational Circular Dichroism in terms of Vibronic Interactions.” Mol Phys 35: 825-840.
  • Diem, M.; Nafie, L. A.; et al. (1978). “Analysis of the Gas Phase Infrared Spectrum of Bromochlorofluoromethane: Calculated and Observed Band Contours and Intensities.” J Mol Spectrosc 71: 446-457.
  • Diem, M.; Gotkin, P. J.; et al. (1978). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism in Amino Acids and Peptides. 2. Simple Alanyl Peptides.” J Am Chem Soc 100: 5644-5650.
  • Marcott, C.; Havel, H. A.; et al. (1978). “Vibrational circular dichroism and individual chiral centers. An example from the sugars.” J Am Chem Soc 100(22): 7088-9.
  • Prasad, P. L. (1978). “Infrared Intensities: Acetylene.” J Phys Chem 82: 312.
  • Prasad, P. L. (1978). “Infrared Intensities: Polar Tensors and Charge Flux Parameters.” J Chem Phys 69: 4403.
  • Barron, L. D.; Buckingham, A. D. (1979). “The Inertial Contribution to Vibrational Optical Activity in Methyl Torsion Modes.” J Am Chem Soc 101(8): 1979-1987.
  • Barron, L. D.; Meehan, C. (1979). “Magnetic Optical Activity in the Resonance Raman Spectra of Metal Halides: Optical Detection of Ground-State Zeeman Splitting.” Chem Phys Lett 66(3): 444-448.
  • Barron, L. D. (1979). “Raman optical activity.” NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences 48(Opt Act Chiral Discrim): 219-262.
  • Barron, L. D.; Clark, B. P. (1979). “Raman Optical Activity of Menthol and Related Molecules.” JCS Perkin II: 1164-1170.
  • Barron, L. D.; Clark, B. P. (1979). “Raman Optical Activity of (+)-1-Phenylethyl Isocyanate.” J Chem Research(s): 36-37.
  • Barron, L. D. and B. P. Clark (1979). “Raman Optical Activity of Pinenes, Carenes, and Related Molecules.” JCS Perkin II: 1171-1175.
  • Creighton, J. A.; Blatchford, C. G.; et al. (1979). “Plasma Resonance Enhnacement of Raman Scattering by Pryidine Adsorbed on Silver or Gold Sol Particles of Size Comparable to the Excitation Wavelength.” J Chem Soc Faraday Trans 2 75: 790-798.
  • Diem, M.; Photos, E.; et al. (1979). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism in Amino Acids and Peptides. 3. Solution and Solid Phase Spectra of Serine and Alanine.” J Am Chem Soc 101: 6829-6837.
  • Hansen, H. J.; Sliwka, H. R.; et al. (1979). “The Absolute Configuration of 1-Methylindane.” Helvetica Chem. Acta. 64(4): 1120-1128.
  • Hug, W.; Surbeck, H. (1979). “Vibrational Raman Optical Activity Spectra Recorded in Perpendicular Polarization.” Chem Phys Lett 60(2): 186-192.
  • Marcott, C.; Havel, H. A.; et al. (1979). Optical Activity and Chiral Discrimination. Ed. S. F. Mason. New York, Reidel: 289.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Diem, M. (1979). “Theory of High Frequency Differential Interferometry: Application to Infrared Circular and Linear Dichroism via Fourier Transform Spectroscopy.” Appl Spectrosc 33: 130-135.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Diem, M.; et al. (1979). “Fourier Transform Infrared Vibrational Circular Dichroism.” J Am Chem Soc 101: 496-498.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Diem, M. (1979). “Optical Activity in Vibrational Transitions: Vibrational Circular Dichroism and Raman Optical Activity.” Acc Chem Res 12: 296-302.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Prasad, P. L.; et al. (1979). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism in Peptides.” Polymer Preprints 20(2): 85-89.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Vidrine, D. W. (1979). “Differential Absorption at High Modulation Frequencies Using a Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer.” Proc Soc Photo Inst Eng 191: 56-63.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Nafie, L. A. (1979). “The Atom Dipole Interaction Model of Raman Optical Activity: Reformulation and Comparison to the Two-Group Model.” J Chem Phys 70: 5582-5588.
  • Prasad, P. L. (1979). “Infrared Intensities: Interpretation of Atomic Polar Tensors.” J Phys Chem 83: 1744.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Nafie, L. A.; et al. (1979). “Raman Optical Activity: Spectral Simulation of the Conformer Dependent C-C1 Stretching Vibrations in 1-Chloro-2-methylbutane.” J Raman Spec 8(5): 255-258.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Burow, D. F. (1979). “Raman Optical Activity. Computation of Circular Intensity Differentials by the Atom-Dipole Interaction Model.” J Am Chem Soc 101(4): 800-805.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Burow, D. F. (1979). “Rman Optical Activity: Computation of Circular Intensity Differentials for Bromochlorofluoromethane.” J Am Chem Soc 101(4): 806-812.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Nafie, L. A. (1979). “The Atom Dipole Interaction Model of Raman Optical Activity: Reformulation and Comparison to the General Two-Group Model.” J Chem Phys 70(12): 5582-5588.
  • Richardson, F. S. (1979). “Circular Polarization Differentials in the Luminescence of Chiral Systems.” Optical Acitivity and Chiral Discrimination. S. F. Mason. Dordrecht, D. Reidel Pubishing Co.: 189-217.
  • Stephens, P. J.; Clark, R. (1979). Optical Activity and Chiral Discrimination. S. F. Mason. Dordrecht, D. Reidel: 219.
  • Tonks, D. L.; Page, J. B. (1979). “First-order resonance Raman profile lineshapes from optical absorption lineshapes — a consistency test of standard theoretical assumptions.” Chem Phys Lett 66(3): 449.
  • Andrews, D. L. (1980). “Rayleigh and Raman Optical Activity: An Analysis of the Dependence on Scattering Angle.” J Chem Phys 72(7): 4141-4144.
  • Barron, L. D. (1980). “Raman Optical Activity: A New Probe of Stereochemistry and Magnetic Structure.” Accounts Chem Res 13: 90-96.
  • Barron, L. D. (1980). “Raman optical activity. Spectroscopy for the study of chiral molecules in magnetic fields.” Am Lab 12(3): 64, 66-68, 71-73.
  • Bjarnason, J. O.; Andersen, H. C. (1980). “Quantum Theory of Coherent Raman Scattering by Optically Active Isotropic Materials.” J Chem Phys 72(7): 4132-4140.
  • Blazej, D. C.; Peticolas, W. L. (1980). “Ultraviolet Resonance Raman excitation profiles of pyrimidine nucleotides.” J Chem Phys 72: 3134.
  • Brocki, T.; Moskovits, M.; et al. (1980). “Vibrational Optical Activity. Circular Differential Raman Scattering from a Series of Chiral Terpenes.” J Am Chem Soc 102(2): 495-450.
  • Hansen, A. E.; Bouman, T. C. (1980). “Natural Chiroptical Spectroscopy: Theory and Application.” Adv Chem Phys. I. Prigogine and S. A. Rice. New York, John Wiley & Sons. 44: 545-644.
  • Hug, W.; Kamatari, A.; et al. (1980). “The Vibrational Raman Optical Activity of Deuteratd 1-Methylindanes.” Chem Phys Lett 76(3): 469-474.
  • Imaino, W.; Ramdas, A. K.; et al. (1980). “Linear Wave-Vector Dependence of Optical Phonon Frequencies in Bismuth Germanium Oxide in the Vicinity of the Brillouin Zone Center.” Phys Rev B 22(12): 5679-5696.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Polavarapu, P. L.; et al. (1980). “Vibrational Optical Activity in Perturbed Degenerate Modes: Concepts and Model Calculations in 1-Substituted Haloethanes.” J Chem Phys 73: 3530-3540.
  • Polavarapu, P. L.; Diem, M.; et al. (1980). “Vibrational Optical Activity in Para-Substituted 1-Methylcyclo-hex-1-enes.” J Am Chem Soc 102: 5549-5453.
  • Polavarapu, P. L.; Nafie, L. A. (1980). “Vibrational Optical Activity: Comparison of Theoretical and Experimental Results for (+)-(3R)-Methylcyclohexanone.” J Chem Phys 73: 1567-1575.
  • Prasad, P. L.; Nafie, L. A. (1980). “Experimental Observations and Theoretical Predictions of Raman Optical Activity.” Proceedings of the VIIIth International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy. W. F. Murphy. New York, North-Holland: 252-253.
  • Srinivasan, K.; Kamatari, A.; et al. (1980). “The vibrational raman optical activity of the methyl group.” C. R.- Conf Int Spectrosc Raman, 7th: 254-255.
  • Su, C. N.; Heintz, V. J.; et al. (1980). “Vibrational Circular Dichroism in the Mid-Infrared.” Chem Phys Lett 73: 157-159.
  • Su, C. N.; Keiderling, T. A. (1980). “Conformation of Dimethyl Tartrate in Solution. Vibrational Circular Dichroism Results.” J Am Chem Soc 102: 511-515.
  • Tinoco, I.; Bustamante, C. (1980). “The Optical Activity of Nuclei Acids and Their Aggregates.” Ann Rev Biophys Bioeng 9: 107-141.
  • Waki, H.; Higuchi, S.; et al. (1980). “Raman Circular Intensity Differential Spectra of Some Chiral Compounds with Related Structures.” Spectrochimica Acta 36A: 659-664.
  • Barron, L. D.; Vrbancich, J. (1981). “Temperature Dependence of the Low-Frequency Vibrational Optical Activity of a-Phellandrene.” JCS Chem Comm: 771-772.
  • Cuony, B.; Hug, W. (1981). “A Sum Rule for Vibrational Raman Optical Activity.” Chem Phys Lett 83(1): 131-134.
  • Gohin, A.; Moskovits, M. (1981). “A Two-Group Model for Raman Optical Activity. Application to Methylene Vibrations.” JACS 103: 1660-1664.
  • Gorban, I. S.; Grishchuk, V. P.; et al. (1981). “Circular Dichroism in Raman Scattering of Light by Class 4 Crystals.” Sov Phys Solid State 23(5): 866-867.
  • Havel, H. A. (1981). “Vibrational circular dichroism studies in the carbon-hydrogen and carbon-deuterium stretching regions.” Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA.: 256 pp.
  • Henry, B. R. (1981). “The local mode model.” Vib Spectra Struct 10: 269-319.
  • Hug, W. (1981). “Optical Artefacts and Their Control in Raman Circular Difference Scattering Measurements.” Appl Spectrosc 35(1): 115-124.
  • Isabel, M. B.; Figueiredo, D.; et al. (1981). “A Molecular Theory of New Differential Light Scattering Effects in a Fluid.” Proc R Soc Lond A375: 425-441.
  • Krikorian, S. E. (1981). “The influence of hydrogen-bonded association on the character of the near-i.r. spectra of simple cis- and trans-configured secondary amides.” Spectrochim Acta 37A: 745-751.
  • Nafie, L. A. (1981). “Infrared and Raman Vibrational Optical Activity.” Vibrational Spectra and Structure. J. R. Durig. Amsterdam, Elsevier. 10: 153-225.
  • Nafie, L. A.; Lipp, E. D.; et al. (1981). “Fourier Transform Infrared Circular Dichroism: A Double Modulation Approach.” Proceedings of the 1981 International Conference on Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy. J. Sakal, SPIE. 289: 457-468.
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