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High resolution submillimeter wave spectroscopy of HBr, DBr and HI.
Franciscus Albertus van Dijk
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|Number of Pages||67|
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HFS in rotational spectra HI, HBr, and DBr 41 Calculation of the hyperfine coupling constants from the measured frequencies 41 HFS in the J — о -• ι transition of HI, HBr, and DBr. Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, 58 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam High resolution X-ray excited inner valence photoelectron spectra High resolution submillimeter wave spectroscopy of HBr HBr and DBr M.Y.
Adama, M.P. Keane C A. Naves de Brito C N. Correia, P. Baltzer ~, B. Wannberg C L. Karlssoii and S. Svensson~l ~LURE BatUniversite Paris-sud, Cited by: 5. Introduction •Submillimeter wave (SMMW) spectroscopic gas sensor Developed by Battelle and OSU for DARPA Offers exceptional sensitivity, specificity, and speed •Adaptable to air pollutant monitoring applications Direct detection of formaldehyde, acrolein, NO x, SO x,etc.
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This article reviews the recent progress of terahertz (THz) and submillimter‐wave (SMMW) spectroscopy in the frequency range of 10– cm−1 and its application to the study of weakly bound molecular Cited by: 3.
Abstract. Recent advances in submillimeter detectors  and sources  have opened up new possibilities for high resolution spectroscopy in the to GHz regime (10 to cm −1).The techniques described here are based on the development of GaAs Schottky diode detectors mounted in a corner-cubeconfiguration, and upon new optically pumped cw submillimeter Cited by: 2.
A high-resolution Fourier transform spectrum of DBr in the region to cm −1 has also been recorded and accurately measured. These new data, together with the best previous microwave and infrared measurements, are used to determine molecular parameters for DBr, and also result in improved secondary wavenumber standards for the μm Cited by: Fourier Transform laboratory measurements have been carried out, for the first time in the 8–85 cm−1 spectral region, with an unapodized resolution of 10−3 cm−1 and a frequency accuracy of 2.
10−4 cm−1. Samples from spectra of several molecules namely: CO, O3, H2O2, NO, NO2, HNO3, SO2, H2S, HOCL, NOCL, HNCO, ND3 and AsH3 are presented Cited by: Indeed, one research frontier in high frequency electronics now lies in the so-called THz (or submillimeter-wave) regime between the traditional microwave and the infrared domains.
Major research programmes have emerged that focus on advancing the state of the art in THz frequency electronic technology and on investigating novel applications of. resolution of in the submillimeter ( µm, GHz) wavelength range to study the early universe (redshift > 8) and observe the lines of abundant elements (C, N and O) in star-forming galaxies.
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Do you all know of any large graphs for the vibrational spectrums of HI, HBr, HF, and HCl. I need graphs that are large enough to see the spacing between the peaks in the spectra of HCl, HBr, and HI. Alternately, if you know of any raw data sets for any of the above, that would work.
Thanks in advance. We report high resolution vibrational spectra in the HBr ( cm −1) and DBr ( cm −1) stretching regions for Br–HBr and Br–DBr entrance channel complexes isolated in solid parahydrogen (pH 2).The Br–HBr complexes are generated by synthesizing solid pH 2 crystals doped with trace amounts of HBr/Br 2 mixtures followed by nm in situ photodissociation of.
Download Citation | Electric dipole moment function of (HBr)-Br | An anharmonic potential function with 11 parameters was used in numerically solving the radial Schrödinger wave. Analytical Chemical Sensing Using High Resolution Terahertz/ Submillimeter Wave Spectroscopy Benjamin L. Moran Wright State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Physics Commons Repository Citation Moran, Benjamin L., "Analytical Chemical Sensing Using High Resolution Author: Benjamin Lee Moran.
Previous spectroscopic investigations of (HBr)2 have been restricted to matrix isolation studies,27 a pulsed-nozzle FT-microwave investigation of HBr–DBr performed by Chen et al and low resolution FTIR jet spectroscopy Chen et al.
have also performed an ab initio calculation at the second-order Møller–Plesset perturbation theory~MP2!Over recent years electronic spectroscopy has developed significantly, with key applications in atmospheric chemistry, astrophysics and astrochemistry.
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