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Microwave spectrum and structure of pentafluorosulfur bromide and infrared spectrum of arsenic pentafluoride

By Erwin William Neuvar

Abstract

Rotational spectra of pentafluorosulfur bromide observed with a video microwave spectrometer in the region 51-54 Kmc were fitted to the following molecular constants and structural parameters: [equation in PDF]. Steric interaction between the bromine atom and the F₄ group results in a long S-Br bond distance, although the value of the quadrupole coupling constant suggests some ionic character. The strong absorption peak at 704 cm�¹ in the infrared spectrum of arsenic pentafluoride is a window band due to a reaction product of arsenic pentafluoride and the sodium chloride cell windows

Topics: Meteorological Oceanography
Publisher: Texas A&M University. Libraries
Year: 1962
OAI identifier: oai:oaktrust.library.tamu.edu:1969.1/Dissertations-172185
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