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ADVANCES IN QUANTUM CHEMISTRY VOL 8.
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X, h E Hand x E X , , the character of this representation is x(h)Y'(x). (2) Let r:, \y be the representation of G induced by the representation rr, \y of the subgroup of G, G , . Then r Z I y is irreducible. Every irreducible representation of G can be obtained in such a way for proper x and Y . Stone (1964) has described a method to calculate character tables for the symmetry groups of molecules consisting of methyl groups attached to a rigid framework. But in this method, it is necessary to know the basis functions.