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2°K. pressure metric modes that could couple to an allowed transition. To attempt to deduce the frequency changes and displacements for these 16 modes from the three or four ill-resolved features seen in the spectrum shown in Figure 2 could charitably be called ambitious and realistically is quite impossible. Of course, if the guest molecules have lower than Ü2h symmetry, as is likely, the scale of the problem goes up dramatically. The question then is, what makes these spectra so bad and what can be done to improve matters.