High resolution photoacoustic overtone spectroscopy of monofluoroacetylene, HCCF, with a titanium:sapphire ring laser
Vaittinen, O., Saarinen, M., Halonen, L. and Mills, I. (1993) High resolution photoacoustic overtone spectroscopy of monofluoroacetylene, HCCF, with a titanium:sapphire ring laser. Journal of Chemical Physics, 99 (5). pp. 3277-3287. ISSN 0021-9606
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Intracavity photoacoustic overtone spectrum of monofluoroacetylene, HCCF, has been recorded in the wave number region 10 750–14 500 cm−1 with a titanium:sapphire ring laser. The spectrum contains many dense vibration–rotation band systems which can be resolved with Doppler limited resolution. Altogether 58 individual overtone bands have been analyzed rotationally. Many of the observed bands show perturbations of which some have been attributed to anharmonic resonance interactions. A Fermi resonance model based on conventional rectilinear normal coordinate theory has been used to assign vibrationally bands from this work and from earlier studies. Many of the observed vibrational term values and rotational constants can be reproduced well with this model. The results show the importance of the Fermi resonance interactions at the high overtone excitations.