# THE MAGNETIC ROTATION SPECTRUM OF SULFUR DIOXIDE AT 3000 {\AA}

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 Title: THE MAGNETIC ROTATION SPECTRUM OF SULFUR DIOXIDE AT 3000 {\AA} Creators: Hardwick, J. L.; Eberhardt, William H. Issue Date: 1972 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: The magnetic rotation spectra of $SO_{2}^{16}$ and $SO_{2}^{18}$ have been observed at high resolution in the region 3100 - 3000 {\AA}, and the rotational structures of several bands have been examined. The analyses indicate that alternate $K^{\prime}$ levels are missing in each band studied. This result, together with the isotopic variation of rotational constants, suggests that the excited state is a linear $^{1} B_{1}$ component of a Renner-split $^{1} \Delta_{g}$ state, the other component of which is the $^{1} A_{1}$ ground state. Description: Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, Georgia Institute of Technology URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/9158 Other Identifiers: 1972-V-8