This paper explains the essence of a semiempirical method of describing the spectral properties of intermolecular bonds and their interaction in molecular complexes with various topologies. The method is based on the assumption, proven by numerous experimental and theoretical studies, that all the dynamic and electrooptic properties of interacting molecules are smooth functions of the strength of the intermolecular bond. Examples are given of studies that use this method, showing that it makes it possible for important and diverse information concerning the molecular structure and properties of a wide range of systems to be obtained from their vibrational spectra. © 2005 Optical Society of America
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