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THE MICROWAVE SPECTRUM OF DIFLUOROMETHANIMINE. $F_{2}CNH$

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Title: THE MICROWAVE SPECTRUM OF DIFLUOROMETHANIMINE. $F_{2}CNH$
Creators: Moeller, K.; Winnewisser, M.; Pawelke, G.; Borger, H.
Issue Date: 1988
Abstract: The rotational spectrum of diflouromethanimine. $F_{2}CNH$, has been observed for the first time. In the region from 16 to 40 GHz 99 strong b-type transitions belonging to the branches bR*** and bQ***, and 4 weak a-type transitions belonging to the aQ*** branch have been assigned. Most of the observed rotational lines show the effects of the nuclear quadrupole interaction due to the ***N nucleus. All assigned 103 transitions could be fitted to Watson's Hamiltonian with A-reduction in the ***-axis representation. The preliminary spectroscopic constants are: $A - 11464.021 MHz. B = 11151.888 MHz. C = 5643.140 MHz. \Delta_{k}, = 5.25 kHz, \delta, - 0.184 kHz, \delta, = 9.555 kHz, 6, = 2.175 kHz$, and $k = 5.087 kHz$. These results confirm the assumption that F2CNH is a planar oblate asymmetric rotor molecule having C*** symmetry with asymmetry parameters $k= 0.8927$ and $b = -0.02756$, respectively. Further measurements in the millimeter wave region and the analysis of the nuclear quadrupole hyperfine structure of the individual rotational lines for F2CNH will be reported at the meeting.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/17456
Other Identifiers: 1988-FB-5
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