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Creators: Dreizler, H.; Dendl, G.; Maier, W.
Issue Date: 1964
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: More than a hundred lines of the rotational spectra of $(CH_{3})_{2}SO$ and $(CD_{3})_{2}SO$ were measured and assigned in the region of 5.5 to 55 KMc. The difficulties in the first assignment were overcome by using a Stark-absorption cell, inner dimension $10\times 47$ mm, which gave a good resolution of the Stark patterns up to high J. Series of q-lines, b-type transitions, were traced first by building up difference schemes with their frequencies assisted by regularities of the Stark-effect, later by a computer program based on Kivelson-Wilson centrifugal theory. Check of assignment was made by using the spectroscopic combination principle. From the six rotational constants a $r_{0}-structure$ was calculated. The dipole moment and its orientation were measured. Slight internal rotation splitting was observed at lines with $J \geqslant 14$.
Description: $^{\ast}$ This research was made possible by a grant of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.
Author Institution: Institute of Physics, University of Freiburg
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/14630
Other Identifiers: 1964-N-05
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