Internal‐Rotation in Hydrogen Peroxide: The Far‐Infrared Spectrum and the Determination of the Hindering Potential

@inproceedings{Hunt1965InternalRotationIH,
  title={Internal‐Rotation in Hydrogen Peroxide: The Far‐Infrared Spectrum and the Determination of the Hindering Potential},
  author={Robert Hunt and Robert Arthur Leacock and C. Wilbur Peters and Kenneth Hecht},
  year={1965}
}
The torsional oscillation between the two OH groups of the hydrogen peroxide molecule is investigated through a study of the far-infrared absorption spectrum of the molecule. A 1-m-focal-length vacuum grating monochromator was used to scan the region from 15 to 700 cm-I with an average resolution of 0.3 em-I. The observed spectrum contains seven perpendicular-type bands of which only the Q branches are resolved. The centers of the seven bands are at 11.43, 116.51, 198.57,242.76,370.70,521.68… CONTINUE READING

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