Spectroscopic Study of the Molecular Complex HMX:DMF
The possibility of hydrogen bonding involving the aldehydic hydrogen of DMF in the crystalline complex molecule HMX:DMF has been investigated. Spectroscopic methods were employed. DMF-d1 with deuterium as the aldehydic hydrogen was employed. The behavior of the aldehydic hydrogen-stretching frequency of DMF indicates that such hydrogen (deuterium) bonding does not exist in the complex molecule or in liquid DMF.
KeywordsInfrared Spectrum Vibrational Spectrum Complex Molecule Spectral Shift Amide Resonance
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