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THE VIBRATION-ROTATION EMISSION SPECTRUM OF GASEOUS HZnCl

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Title: THE VIBRATION-ROTATION EMISSION SPECTRUM OF GASEOUS HZnCl
Creators: Yu, Shanshan; Shayesteh, A.; Fu, Dejian; Bernath, P. F.
Issue Date: 2005
Abstract: Gaseous HZnCl has been synthesized for the first time in a high-temperature tube furnace with a D.C. discharge of a flowing mixture of pure HCl and zinc vapor. The vibration-rotation emission spectrum of gaseous HZnCl was measured at high resolution using a Fourier transform spectrometer. The H$-$Zn stretching mode ($\nu_{1}$) of the H$^{64}$Zn$^{35}$Cl, H$^{66}$Zn$^{35}$Cl, H$^{68}$Zn$^{35}$Cl, and H$^{64}$Zn$^{37}$Cl species, as well as the $2\nu _{1} - \nu_{1}$ hot band of the most abundant isotopologue (H$^{64}$Zn$^{35}$Cl) were observed near 1966 cm$^{-1}$. A least-squares fit was performed for each of four observed isotopologues and their spectroscopic constants were determined.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/30500
Other Identifiers: 2005-RX-04
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