Nuclear spin conversion in polyatomic molecules.

@article{Chapovsky1999NuclearSC,
  title={Nuclear spin conversion in polyatomic molecules.},
  author={Pavel L. Chapovsky and L. J. F. Hermans},
  journal={Annual review of physical chemistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={50},
  pages={
          315-45
        }
}
Except for ortho- and para-H2, little is known about nuclear spin isomers (or spin modifications) of molecules. The main reason is the lack of practical enrichment techniques. Recently, a few enrichment methods were developed, which opened up new possibilities in the field. These methods are briefly reviewed. Substantial progress in the field has been made by the introduction of light-induced drift as a gas-phase separation tool. This is illustrated by extensive data on CH3F, which reveal that… CONTINUE READING

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