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