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HOT" BANDS IN THE OH-STRETCHING REGION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

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Title: HOT" BANDS IN THE OH-STRETCHING REGION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
Creators: Hunt, R. H.; Faulkner, M. G.
Issue Date: 1975
Abstract: Two of the weak bands in the high resolution spectrum of the OH stretching region of $H_{2}O_{2}$ have been identified as ``hot” bands associated with the antisymmetric OH-stretch fundamental. These bands originate from the two components of the n = 1 internal-rotation state and analysis shows that the separation of these components in the excited vibrational state is 15 $cm^{-1}$ less than in the normal state. This compares with the previously reported $3.4 cm^{-1}$ reduction in the separation of the n = 0 levels upon excitation of the antisymmetric OH-stretch, These decreased separations are both calculated reasonably well by increasing the trans barrier by 25 percent in the excited vibrational state.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/9341
Other Identifiers: 1975-RE-03
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