# THE MICROWAVE SPECTRUM OF $SO^{+}$

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 Title: THE MICROWAVE SPECTRUM OF $SO^{+}$ Creators: Warner, H. E.; Carballo, N.; Woods, R. C. Issue Date: 1985 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: Several transitions in the rotational spectrum of the $X^{2} \pi (v=0)$ state of the $SO^{+}$ ion have been observed. Discharges in $Ar-SO_{2}, Ar-O_{2}H_{2}S$, or pure $SO_{2}$ were employed to produce this species successfully. The very characteristic slow Zeeman effect of the $^{2}\pi_{1/2}$ state was used to unambiguously identify the $SO^{+}$ lines, even though many stronger interfering lines of other species, both paramagnetic and diamagnetic, were present in the spectrum. The new spectroscopic constants agree well with previous values from optical spectroscopy. Description: Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/12241 Other Identifiers: 1985-TE-11