Rotation-vibration spectroscopic studies of formaldehyde and formic acid
|Organizations:||University of Oulu, Faculty of Science, Department of Physical Sciences
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|Persistent link:|| http://urn.fi/urn:isbn:9514280938
|Publish Date:|| 2006-05-10
The thesis consists of seven studies dealing with high resolution vibration-rotation spectra of planar asymmetric tops. Six studies deal with D212CO and D213CO species of the formaldehyde molecule and one study is from DCOOH specie of the formic acid molecule. The measurements were carried out at high accuracy and the rotational analyses of the recorded spectra were performed. The observed anharmonic and Coriolis resonances were taking into account in the analyses. The rotational constants of the present and literature studies were used in evaluation of the planarity defects of formaldehyde and formic acid molecules in the summary part of the thesis. Finally, a semi-experimental structure for formaldehyde was obtained by employing experimental and theoretical data.
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