Sequential solvation of HCl in argon: High resolution infrared spectroscopy of Ar[sub n]HCl

Anderson, David T.; Davis, Scott
July 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;7/22/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 4, p1115
Academic Journal
Studies the sequential solvation of HCl in argon. Characterization of the Ar[sub n]HCl complexes; Vibrationally averaged structures; Predicted Ar[sub n]HCl equilibrium structures; Vibrational red-shifts; Extrapolation to matrix isolation studies; Availability of matrix isolation spectra for HCl.


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