INVESTIGATIONS OF ROTATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE TiN AND TiO MOLECULES

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Title: INVESTIGATIONS OF ROTATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE TiN AND TiO MOLECULES
Creators: Żyrnicki, W.
Issue Date: 1976
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: High resolution spectra of the TIN and TiO molecules have been examined to complete rotational constants of these molecules. The molecular spectra were excited in a radio frequency discharge through a flowing gas mixture at low pressures. The mixture containing argon, traces of $TiCl_{4}$ and a small amount of nitrogen was used to produce the TiN molecules. Bands of the $^{2}\Pi -^{2}\Sigma$ system were recorded. Rotational structure of the (1,1) band has been analyzed and rotational constants of the upper and lower states have been obtained. The TiO spectrum was excited using a mixture of argon, $TiCl_{4}$ vapor and oxygen. Bands of the $B^{3}\Pi - X^{3}\Delta$ system have been investigated. Rotational constants of the upper electronic state for the vibrational level v$ = 1$ have been determined.
Description: Author Institution: Institute of Inorganic Chemistry and Metallurgy of Rare Elements, Technical University of Wroc\slashlsaw
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/9870
Other Identifiers: 1976-TN-7
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