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Introductory Raman spectroscopy
John R Ferraro;Kazuo Nakamoto.
Infrared and Electronic Spectra of Rare Earth Perovskites: Ortho-Chromites, -Manganites and -Ferrites
G. V. Subba Rao;C. N. R. Rao;J. R. Ferraro.
Applied Spectroscopy (1970)
Introduction to Synthetic Electrical Conductors
John R. Ferraro;Jack M. Williams.
Hydrogen bonding in organophosphoric acids
D.F. Peppard;J.R. Ferraro;G.W. Mason.
Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry (1958)
Structural and Raman spectroscopic studies as complementary tools in elucidating the nature of the bonding in polyiodides and in donor-I2 adducts
Paola Deplano;John R. Ferraro;Maria Laura Mercuri;Emanuele F. Trogu.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (1999)
New series of anhydrous double nitrate salts of the lanthanides. Structural and spectral characterization
W. T. Carnall;S. Siegel;J. R. Ferraro;B. Tani.
Inorganic Chemistry (1973)
Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy: Applications to Chemical Systems
John R. Ferraro;Louis J. Basile.
Third Phase Formation Revisited: The U(VI), HNO3–TBP, n‐Dodecane System
R. Chiarizia;M. P. Jensen;M. Borkowski;J. R. Ferraro.
Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange (2003)
The preparation and infra-red absorption spectra of several complexes of bis-(2-ethylhexyl)-phosphoric acid☆
D.F. Peppard;J.R. Ferraro.
Journal of Inorganic and Nuclear Chemistry (1959)
Pressure Dependence of Infrared Eigenfrequencies of KCl and KBr
C. Postmus;J. R. Ferraro;S. S. Mitra.
Physical Review (1968)
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