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INTENSITY ANOMALIES DUE TO A CORIOLIS RESONANCE IN THE SPECTRUM OF $H^{13}$ CNO

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Title: INTENSITY ANOMALIES DUE TO A CORIOLIS RESONANCE IN THE SPECTRUM OF $H^{13}$ CNO
Creators: Winnewisser, B. P.; Wagner, G.; Winnewisser, M.
Issue Date: 1989
Abstract: A collection of Coriolis-allowed bands have been observed in the far infrared spectrum of $H^{13}CNO$, recorded with the Bruker IFS 120 HR and a resolution of $0.003 cm^{-1}$. These bands are not detectable at all in the parent species. Each of these bands acquires intensity from the Coriolis resonance between the $(\nu_{4}, \nu_{5})^{1} = (02)^{0e}$ and $(10)^{1e}$ vibrational states. Further Coriolis-induced transitions have been found in the microwave region. The present work is concerned with deriving information from the intensity of the perturbation-allowed transitions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/17808
Other Identifiers: 1989-MF-6
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