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9 and 10. The samples were all run either as self-supporting films or as films on AgCl plates. The absorption peaks of the organic components have been altered in every case by adsorption on the clay, but we cannot unequivocally assign reasons X-RAY AND INFRARED DATA ON GUANIDINES 35 for this alteration from the data at the present time. The greatest change occurs with the guanidinium ion on these clays and this ion is the most basic of the four. There seems to be multiple displacement in wave length and intensity in the C—N asymmetric stretching and NH 2 bending vibrations.
Clays and Clay Minerals. Proceedings of the Eighth National Conference on Clays and Clay Minerals by Ada Swineford