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Study of the torsion-rotation Hamiltonian for symmetric tops using the millimeter wave spectrum of methyl silane
Abstract The torsion-rotation Hamiltonian for symmetric tops has been tested in methyl silane by combining recent anticrossing molecular beam measurements in the ground torsional state (v = 0) withExpand
Torsion-rotation-vibration effects in the degenerate vibrational fundamental (v12 = 1 ← 0) of CH3SiH3
Abstract The lowest-lying degenerate fundamental of a polar symmetric rotor undergoing hindered internal rotation has been studied. The spectrum arising from the excitation ( v 12 = 1 ← 0) of theExpand
Rotational spectrum, structure, and chlorine nuclear quadrupole coupling constants of the van der Waals complex Ar–Cl2
The pure rotational spectrum of the van der Waals complex Ar–Cl2 has been observed between 5 and 14 GHz using a Balle–Flygare type pulsed molecular beam microwave Fourier transform spectrometer. TenExpand
Internal rotation in methyl silane by avoided-crossing molecular-beam spectroscopy
Abstract The avoided-crossing molecular-beam electric-resonance technique was applied to methyl silane in the ground torsional state. A new type of anticrossing is introduced which breaks theExpand
The distortion dipole rotational spectrum of CH4 : A low temperature far-infrared study
Author Institution: Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley,; CA 94720; and Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of British; Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6T 1Z1;Expand
The Stark and Zeeman Effects in Methyl Silane
Abstract The Stark and Zeeman effects in methyl silane in the ground vibronic state have been studied in detail using the molecular-beam electric-resonance method. For a symmetric rotor withoutExpand
Low‐Field Hyperfine Spectrum of CH4
The hyperfine spectrum of CH4 has been observed in the low field limit by the molecular‐beam magnetic‐resonance method. Ten partially resolved lines were observed in the frequency region below 100Expand
Collision‐induced absorption of gaseous silane in the far infrared
The collision‐induced spectrum of SiH4 has been studied between 32 and 400 cm−1 with a Michelson interferometer. From a band shape analysis and a spectral moment calculation, it is concluded that theExpand
The avoided-crossing molecular-beam method has been applied to CH3SiD3 in the ground torsional state (υ6=0). Three “rotational” anticrossings have been measured corresponding to normally forbiddenExpand
The microwave rotational spectrum of the Ar-CO dimer
Pure rotational spectra of four different isotopomers of the dimer Ar–CO have been investigated between 8 and 18 GHz using a pulsed beam cavity Fourier transform spectrometer. The spectra confirmExpand