VIBRATIONAL SPECTRA AND CONFORMATIONS OF 2-FLUOROTHYLAMINE
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Publisher:Ohio State University
The infrared and Raman spectra of 2-fluoroethylamine have been recorded for the fluid and solid phase and in solution. The temperature dependence of line intensities in the liquid state and the differences between the spectra of the liquid and solid indicate that at least two conformers exist in the liquid state. There is also evidence that the extent of hydrogen bonding is different for the two conformers which have been identified. Moderately high resolution infrared spectra of the vapor exhibit rather complicated rotational and hot-band structured as well as multiplets which are attributable to multiple conformations. The gauche-trans and gauche-gauche conformers have tentatively been identified, and the structures will be discussed in terms of the intra- and intermolecular forces which are operative.
Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, Mississippi State University
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