Rotational analysis of bands of the Ã - X̃ transition of the C3Ar van der Waals complex.

@article{Merer2015RotationalAO,
  title={Rotational analysis of bands of the {\~A} - X̃ transition of the C3Ar van der Waals complex.},
  author={Anthony J Merer and Yen-Chu Hsu and Yi-Ren Chen and Yi-Jen Wang},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  year={2015},
  volume={143 19},
  pages={194304}
}
Rotational analyses have been carried out for four of the strongest bands of the Ã-X̃ transition of the C3Ar van der Waals complex, at 393 and 399 nm. These bands lie near the 02(-)0-000 and 04(-)0-000 bands of the Ã(1)Πu-X̃(1)Σ(+) g transition of C3 and form two close pairs, each consisting of a type A and a type C band of an asymmetric top, about 4 cm(-1) apart. Only K″ = even lines are found, showing that the complex has two equivalent carbon atoms (I = 0), and must be T-shaped, or nearly so… CONTINUE READING

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