Using Calculated Cosines to Determine Values of Initial Phases
Once the values of a sufficiently large set of phases have been accurately found, it is possible to determine the values of additional phases by means of the tangent techniques to be described in the next chapter. The present chapter is devoted to a description of methods which have been found to be useful for finding the values of the initial phases via the calculated values of the cosine invariants.
KeywordsStructure Invariant Chapter Versus Present Chapter Enantiomorph Discrimination Enantiomorph Specification
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