LOW BENDING VIBRATIONS OF CRYSTALLINE WATER MOLECULES: AN ONGOING QUEST OR A FINAL WORD – TOPICAL REVIEW – A TRIBUTE TO ACADEMICIAN BOJAN ŠOPTRAJANOV

Ljupčo Pejov, Gligor Jovanovski

Abstract


The main aim of this topical review is to provide a concise but yet complete overview of the research that has been done in the field of low-lying crystalline water bending vibrations. Both theoretical and experimental work in the field is reviewed, and the most important dilemmas and obstacles hampering a direct explanation of the phenomenon are outlined. The present status in this field is also overviewed and clarified. While this topical review has mostly been focused on crystalline water molecules in crystalline hydrates and their vibrational properties, also some other interest-ing and exciting systems that have recently attracted the attention of the scientific community are covered. These in-cluded water absorbed on surfaces as well as water at the air-water interfaces.

Keywords


crystalline water; crystalline hydrates; water bending vibrations; IR spectroscopy; quantum theory

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