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THE FAR INFRARED SPECTRUM OF HYDROGEN $PEROXIDE^{*}$

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Title: THE FAR INFRARED SPECTRUM OF HYDROGEN $PEROXIDE^{*}$
Creators: Hunt, R. H.; Peters, C. W.
Issue Date: 1963
Abstract: “The far infra-reel spectrum of $H_{2}O_{2}$ has been obtained in the region $14--690\;cm^{-1}$ with an average resolution of $0.3\;cm^{-1}$. Seven hindered rotation bands have been identified and the first five excited states of the internal rotation found to be; 11:43, 254.2, 370.8, 569.3, 7760.0 (in $cm^{-1}$ above the ground state). A good fit to these levels is obtained, in accordance with the theory of Leacock and Hecht (see above abstract), using the hindering potential $V(x) = 993 \cos x + 636 \cos 2x + 44 \cos 3x$ and the bond parameters of Redington, Olsen, and $Cross^{1}$. This potential has a \emph{cis} harrier of $2460\;cm^{-1}$ a \emph{trans} Earner of $386\;cm^{-1}$ and a potential minimum $111.5^{\circ}$ from the \emph{cis} configuration.”
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/8221
Other Identifiers: 1963-E-5
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