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Excess thermodynamic functions of D2O water have been calculated from the vibrationally decoupled O−D stretching spectra of very dilute solutions of HOD in H2O. Comparison of the results with reference calorimetric data for water showed a good correspondence for excess heat capacity above the melting point of ice. The excess enthalpy at the melting point also coincides well with latent heat of melting.
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