Rovibrationally resolved, continuous supersonic-jet, Fourier-transform, infrared absorption spectroscopy of weakly bound heterodimers: analysis of ν1 and ν2 of OCHCl Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Application of rovibrationally resolved, continuous supersonic-jet, Fourier-transform, infrared absorption spectroscopy to the investigation of weakly bound dimers is reported. Analysis of the ν1 and ν2 stretching vibrational bands of OCH35Cl and OCH37Cl has been performed and the following molecular parameters, including band origin frequencies (νi) and excited state rotational and distortion constants (B′, D′), have been determined (in cm-1). For OCH35Cl: ν1 = 2851.76061 (21); B′1 = 0.0560443 (31); D′1 = 1.795 (80) × 10-7; ν2 = 2155.50001 (13); B′2 = 0.0554824 (10); D′2 = 1.650 (15) × 10-7. For OCH37Cl: ν1 = 2849.67217 (54); B′1 = 0.0547611 (55); D′1 = 1.63 (11) × 10-7; ν2 = 2155.50626 (62); B′2 = 0.0542013 (21); D′2 = 1.48 (16) × 10-7. These results are compared with a previous study of this complex performed using continuous supersonic-jet, diode-laser, infrared absorption spectroscopy. © 1993.

author list (cited authors)

  • Meads, R. F., Hartz, C. L., Lucchese, R. R., & Bevan, J. W.

citation count

  • 16

complete list of authors

  • Meads, Roger F||Hartz, Christopher L||Lucchese, Robert R||Bevan, John W

publication date

  • May 1993