Rotational Analysis of the NU (1) Band of CCl3F from High Resolution Fourier Transform and Diode Laser Spectra of Supersonic Jets and Isotopically Enriched Samples
Authors: Snels M., Beil A., Hollenstein H., Quack M., Schmitt U., D’Amato F.
Autors Affiliation: Istituto per Materiali Speciali, CNR, Area Industriale di Tito Scalo, I-85050 Potenza, Italy; Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie, ETH Zürich (Zentrum), CH-8092 Zürich, Switzerland; ENEA, Dipartimento Innovazione, Settore Fisica Applicata, Centro Richerche Frascati,
P.O. Box 65, I-00044 Frascati (Roma), Italy
Abstract: The spectrum of CCl3F (trichlorofluoromethane, CFC 11) has been measured in the region of the nu(1) fundamental (1050-1120 cm(-1)) by high resolution interferometric Fourier-transform spectroscopy [0.004 cm(-1) bandwidth full width at half maximum, apodized] and by diode laser spectroscopy (bandwidth 0.0008-0.0020 cm(-1) FWHM) at room temperature, in cold cells and in supersonic jet expansions. Fourier-transform infrared and diode laser spectra of isotopically pure (CCl3F)-Cl-35 have been recorded at room temperature in static cells. The (CCl3F)-Cl-35 spectra allowed an analysis of the rotational structure to be started successfully for the first time, The rotational analysis of the isotopic species (CCl2ClF)-Cl-35-Cl-37 and (CClCl2F)-Cl-35-Cl-37, which are asymmetric rotors, was initiated from diode laser spectra of natural CCl3F with a rotational temperature of about 20 K (5% seeded in He) resulting from expansion in a supersonic pulsed slit jet. The rotational analysis yielded effective Hamiltonian constants including accurate band centers for the three most abundant isotopomers (CCl3F)-Cl-35 (nu(1) = 1081.2801 cm(-1) (CCl2ClF)-Cl-35-Cl-37 (nu(1) = 1080.7330 cm(-1)), and (CClCl2F)-Cl-35-Cl-37 (nu(1)=1080.0663 cm(-1)), excited state rotational constants, and for (CCl3F)-Cl-35, quartic centrifugal distortion constants. The results are important for and discussed in relation to simulations of atmospheric absorption, line coincidences with CO2 lasers for sub-Doppler spectroscopy, as well as IR multiphoton excitation and infrared laser chemistry. (C) 1995 American Institute of Physics.
Journal/Review: JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS
Volume: 103 (20) Pages from: 8846 to: 8853
KeyWords: CCl3F; Fuorier transform spectroscopy; diode laser spectroscopy; supersonic molecular jet; DOI: 10.1063/1.470073Citations: 24data from “WEB OF SCIENCE” (of Thomson Reuters) are update at: 2021-08-01References taken from IsiWeb of Knowledge: (subscribers only)Connecting to view paper tab on IsiWeb: Click hereConnecting to view citations from IsiWeb: Click here