VIBRATIONAL STUDIES OF SOME $B_{2}S_{3}$ RING COMPOUNDS

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 Title: VIBRATIONAL STUDIES OF SOME $B_{2}S_{3}$ RING COMPOUNDS Creators: Nakovich, John, Jr.; Miller, Foil A.; Sacher, Robert E.; Siebert, Walter Issue Date: 1973 Abstract: Complete infrared and Raman spectra have been obtained for the four molecules $\overbrace{S-B(X)-S-B(X)-S}$, with $X = C1, Br, I, CH_{3}$. The results provide good evidence (but not proof) that the molecules are planar and have $C_{2}\nu$ symmetry. The presence of boron isotopes splits some of the higher bands, and this is helpful in assigning them. Assignments have been made for 57 of the 60 fundamentals of the $^{11}B - ^{11}B$ isotopic molecules. About 2/3 of these are reliable, while the remainder are more or less questionable. The S-S stretching frequencies are 449, 436, 425, and 479 $cm^{-1}$ respectively. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/15940 Other Identifiers: 1973-D-01