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Abstract

The study of intermolecular forces by spectroscopic methods is based on an analysis of the changes taking place in the spectra of molecules as a result of changes in the state of aggregation, pressure, or temperature, changes in other physical parameters of the substances under consideration, or as a result of dissolution.

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