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Title: NEW INERT GAS HALIDES: XENON DICHLORIDE.
Creators: Pimentel, George C.; Nelson, L. Y.
Issue Date: 1967
Abstract: Using matrix isolation techniques, the infrared spectrum of xenon dichloride has been obtained. Xenon and chlorine mixtures were passed through a microwave (2450 mc) discharge and condensed on a Csl window maintained at $20^{\circ} K$. An intense and structured band centered at $313 cm^{-1}$ was observed. The band contour can be explained as the superposition of the $\nu_{3}$ vibrations of the twenty-one isotopic species of xenon dichloride with a linear, symmetric structure. Experiments will be described which suggest the existence of a krypton-chlorine compound.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/15272
Other Identifiers: 1967-K-7
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