A REINVESTIGATION OF THE JET-COOLED PHENYL NITRENE SPECTRUM
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Publisher:Ohio State University
The origin band of the electronic transition at 368 nm, long attributed to gaseous tripler phenyl nitrene, has been investigated using a very high resolution pulsed laser to interrogate molecules, via LIF, cooled in a supersonic free jet expansion. The spectrum was observed from the photolysis of a variety of stable precursor molecules. The observed rotational and spin structure of this band is inconsistent with simple ideas of triplet phenyl nitrene's structure and spectra. The detailed rotational analysis of this spectrum will be presented along with a suggested alternative carrier for the spectrum
Author Institution: Laser Spectroscopy Facility, Department of Chemistry, The Ohio State University
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