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72 eV above the groundstate of Cs+). It is seen that the lowest I values of the alkaline halides in Eq. (26) are considerably smaller than in polyatomic halides described by Eqs. (24) and (25). This is in qualitative agreement with the Madelung energy of an ion-pair, because the Madelung constant ~ is only 1, though the internuclear distance R is shorter. 36) = 9 . 50) = 9 . 71) = 8 . 4 eV for NaI. It is seen that the variation of Eq. (26) with the cation and with the anion is roughly the same as the I ' of crystalline alkaline halides given in Table 1.
3 In(IO3) 3 I ' = 2 4 . 7 [N(C4H9)4]2PtC14 I = 8 . 7" Spectra of Non-metallic Solids and Consequencesfor Quantum Chemistry rip-signal some 3 to 2 eV higher I. We find I'(Cu3d) of CuCN approximately 2 eV above these halides. A is - 0 . 9 2 eV in Co(NO)(CO)a being a cobalt(- I) complex isoelectronic with Co(CO)~ if the ligand is NO +. 3 eV in Fe(PFa)5. It is only in diamagnetic groundstates with S = 0 that one can hope to identify individual sub-shells by a single signal. It was first pointed out (222) in the case of low-spin (S =1/2) 3d 5 V(CO)~ that ionization of one of the five electrons in the lower (xy,xz,yz) sub-shell produces three different levels (one triplet and two singlets) of 3d 4.
1 0 -12 between two F ls orbitals in CF4. Diatomic halides were first studied as HX by Lempka, Passmore and Price (217) showing slightly higher I than Eq. (24). 6, 8 . 1) (26) It is an experimental difficulty that such vapours frequently contain a large proportion of rhombic dimers XM2X. 95 eV (215). 8 eV. 61 eV from the non-bonding orbital. The vertical I in Eq. (26) refer to ~ and a orbitals in fluorides and chlorides, and to the two spin-orbit components (w =3/2 and 1/2 of x and the a orbital in HC1, bromides and iodides.