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Bibliographic Data

References dealing with polarizability comparisons
Title Journal Volume Issue Pages Year Authors
Additivity Methods in Molecular Polarizability J. Am. Chem. Soc. 112 8533-8542 1990 KJ Miller,
Electric-Dipole Polarizabilities of atoms, molecules and clusters World Scientific 1997 KD Bonin, VV Kresin,
Absolute scale determination for photoabsorption spectra and the calculation of molecular properties using dipole sum-rules Chem. Phys. 223 59-98 1997 CE Brion, G Cooper, NM Cann, TN Olney,

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