The fundamental molecular vibration frequencies of dimethylsilanediol were studied and assigned based upon data collected by infrared and Raman spectroscopy, and upon the literature of analogous compounds. Dimethylsilanediol and dimethylsilane-d2-diol were prepared by the hydrolysis of dimethoxydimethylsilane with water and deuterium oxide, respectively. The purity of dimethylsilanediol was verified by a gas chromatographic technique. This research found the SiOH deformations of dimethylsilanediol to absorb at 1175 cm−1 and 1060 cm−1
Thien D. Ho, "Molecular Vibration Frequency Assignment of Dimethylsilanediol," Appl. Spectrosc. 40, 29-35 (1986)
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