VAPOUR PHASE RAMAN SPECTRA AND THE RING PUCKERING VIBRATION OF TRIMETHYLENE OXIDE AND SEVERAL DEUTERATED ANALOGUES

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Title: VAPOUR PHASE RAMAN SPECTRA AND THE RING PUCKERING VIBRATION OF TRIMETHYLENE OXIDE AND SEVERAL DEUTERATED ANALOGUES
Creators: Kiefer, W.; Bernstein, H. J.; Wieser, H.
Issue Date: 1972
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: The vapour phase Raman spectra of trimethylene oxide and several of its deuterated analogues ($\alpha-d_{2}$, $\alpha-d_{2}$, $\alpha,\alpha^{\prime}-d_{4}$ and $d_{6}$) are reported. At low frequency ($0-200 cm^{-1}$) the $\Delta v = 2$ transitions of the pure ring puckering vibration are observed. Various other spectral regions show evidence of combination progressions with the pure puckering energy levels. Several examples will be given of ``sum’’, ``difference’’ and ``hot band’’ sequences found particularly in the C-H and C-D stretching and bending regions. The discussion will emphasize how these results may be used as an aid in assigning some fundamental vibrations.
Description: Author Institution: Division of Chemistry, National Research Council of Canada; Department of Chemistry, University of Calgary
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/9032
Other Identifiers: 1972-J-6
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