High resolution absorption spectrum of jet-cooled CS[sub 2] between 65 000 and 71 000 cm[sup -1]:

Cossart-Magos, Claudina; Lefebvre-Brion, Helene
August 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;8/1/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 5, p1308
Academic Journal
Examines the absorption spectrum of jet-cooled carbon disulphide. Assignment of a bending vibrational progression in the first half of the considered energy interval; Transition between the linear ground state and a bent excited state; Origin bands examined in the spectra.


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