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Title:
HIGH RESOLUTION MICROWAVE STUDIES OF SMALL INORGANIC MOLECULES.
Author:
MURRAY, ALICE MARIE.
Issue Date:
1982
Publisher:
The University of Arizona.
Rights:
Copyright © is held by the author. Digital access to this material is made possible by the University Libraries, University of Arizona. Further transmission, reproduction or presentation (such as public display or performance) of protected items is prohibited except with permission of the author.
Abstract:
High resolution rotational spectra of ¹⁰BH₃CO, ¹¹BH₃CO, ¹¹BD₃CO, PH₂D and CD₃CN were studied to obtain information concerning the electronic and magnetic properties of these molecules. From the analysis of the hyperfine structure of the rotational spectra of the molecules the following constants were determined: rotational constants (B₀), nuclear quadrupole coupling constants (eOq [x], spin-spin constants D (X-Y) and spin rotation constants (C[x]). The two instruments used in these experiments were a Stark modulated microwave spectrometer and a molecular beam maser spectrometer. The J = 0 to 1, F₁ = 3 to 3 and F₁ = 3 to 4 transitions of ¹⁰BH₃CO were studied. The molecular constants in KHz which were derived from the spectral analysis were: B(,0) = 8980060.3 (+/-) 1.0, eQqₐₐ (¹⁰B) = 3463.- (+/-) 8.0, C(¹⁰B) = .2 (+/-) .2, D(¹⁰B-H) = -2.8 (+/-) .2, D(H-H) = -7.2 (+/-) .5 and C(H) = 0.0 (+/-) .7. All three of the F₁ components of the J = 0 to 1 rotational transition of ¹¹BH₃CO were observed. The molecular constants in KHz which were obtained from the data analysis were: B₀ = 8657333.8 (+/-) .6, eQqₐₐ (¹¹B) = 1661.9 (+/-) 2.3, C(¹¹B) = .7 (+/-) .3, D(¹¹B-H) = 8.3 (+/-) .4, D(H-H) = -6.8 (+/-) .2 and C(H) = .4 (+/-) .4. Only spectra of the J = 0 to 1, F₁ = 3/2 to 3/2 transition of ¹¹BD₃CO were obtained. From the analysis of the spectra the following molecular constants were derived: eQqₐₐ (D) = -48.5 (+/-) 2.3, eQq(,zz)(D) = 116.9 (+/-) 5.4, C(D) = 0.0 (+/-) .8 and D(¹¹B-H) = -1.2 (+OR-) .3. The investigation of the 4₀₄ to 4₁₄ and 1₁₁ to 1₀₁ rotational transitions of PH₂D was unsuccessful in determining any molecular parameters. The spectra of the 4₀₄ to 4₁₄ rotational transition were not amenable to analysis and no spectra were obtained for the 1₁₁ to 1₀₁ rotational transitions. The three components of the J = 0 to 1 rotational transitions of CD₃CN were studied with the maser in the two cavity configuration. The constants in KHz which were determined were: B₀ = 7857978.7 (+/-) .1, eQqₐₐ(N) = -4229.2 (+/-) .6, eQqₐₐ(D) = -55.1 (+/-) .4, eQq(,zz)(D) = 165.5 (+/-) 5.0, C(,N) = 1.7 (+/-) .1 and C(,D) = 0.0 (+/-) .03.
Type:
text; Dissertation-Reproduction (electronic)
Keywords:
Microwave spectroscopy.; Coupling constants.; Nuclear spin.; Nuclear magnetism.; Molecular rotation.
Degree Name:
Ph.D.
Degree Level:
doctoral
Degree Program:
Chemistry; Graduate College
Degree Grantor:
University of Arizona

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dc.language.isoenen_US
dc.titleHIGH RESOLUTION MICROWAVE STUDIES OF SMALL INORGANIC MOLECULES.en_US
dc.creatorMURRAY, ALICE MARIE.en_US
dc.contributor.authorMURRAY, ALICE MARIE.en_US
dc.date.issued1982en_US
dc.publisherThe University of Arizona.en_US
dc.rightsCopyright © is held by the author. Digital access to this material is made possible by the University Libraries, University of Arizona. Further transmission, reproduction or presentation (such as public display or performance) of protected items is prohibited except with permission of the author.en_US
dc.description.abstractHigh resolution rotational spectra of ¹⁰BH₃CO, ¹¹BH₃CO, ¹¹BD₃CO, PH₂D and CD₃CN were studied to obtain information concerning the electronic and magnetic properties of these molecules. From the analysis of the hyperfine structure of the rotational spectra of the molecules the following constants were determined: rotational constants (B₀), nuclear quadrupole coupling constants (eOq [x], spin-spin constants D (X-Y) and spin rotation constants (C[x]). The two instruments used in these experiments were a Stark modulated microwave spectrometer and a molecular beam maser spectrometer. The J = 0 to 1, F₁ = 3 to 3 and F₁ = 3 to 4 transitions of ¹⁰BH₃CO were studied. The molecular constants in KHz which were derived from the spectral analysis were: B(,0) = 8980060.3 (+/-) 1.0, eQqₐₐ (¹⁰B) = 3463.- (+/-) 8.0, C(¹⁰B) = .2 (+/-) .2, D(¹⁰B-H) = -2.8 (+/-) .2, D(H-H) = -7.2 (+/-) .5 and C(H) = 0.0 (+/-) .7. All three of the F₁ components of the J = 0 to 1 rotational transition of ¹¹BH₃CO were observed. The molecular constants in KHz which were obtained from the data analysis were: B₀ = 8657333.8 (+/-) .6, eQqₐₐ (¹¹B) = 1661.9 (+/-) 2.3, C(¹¹B) = .7 (+/-) .3, D(¹¹B-H) = 8.3 (+/-) .4, D(H-H) = -6.8 (+/-) .2 and C(H) = .4 (+/-) .4. Only spectra of the J = 0 to 1, F₁ = 3/2 to 3/2 transition of ¹¹BD₃CO were obtained. From the analysis of the spectra the following molecular constants were derived: eQqₐₐ (D) = -48.5 (+/-) 2.3, eQq(,zz)(D) = 116.9 (+/-) 5.4, C(D) = 0.0 (+/-) .8 and D(¹¹B-H) = -1.2 (+OR-) .3. The investigation of the 4₀₄ to 4₁₄ and 1₁₁ to 1₀₁ rotational transitions of PH₂D was unsuccessful in determining any molecular parameters. The spectra of the 4₀₄ to 4₁₄ rotational transition were not amenable to analysis and no spectra were obtained for the 1₁₁ to 1₀₁ rotational transitions. The three components of the J = 0 to 1 rotational transitions of CD₃CN were studied with the maser in the two cavity configuration. The constants in KHz which were determined were: B₀ = 7857978.7 (+/-) .1, eQqₐₐ(N) = -4229.2 (+/-) .6, eQqₐₐ(D) = -55.1 (+/-) .4, eQq(,zz)(D) = 165.5 (+/-) 5.0, C(,N) = 1.7 (+/-) .1 and C(,D) = 0.0 (+/-) .03.en_US
dc.typetexten_US
dc.typeDissertation-Reproduction (electronic)en_US
dc.subjectMicrowave spectroscopy.en_US
dc.subjectCoupling constants.en_US
dc.subjectNuclear spin.en_US
dc.subjectNuclear magnetism.en_US
dc.subjectMolecular rotation.en_US
thesis.degree.namePh.D.en_US
thesis.degree.leveldoctoralen_US
thesis.degree.disciplineChemistryen_US
thesis.degree.disciplineGraduate Collegeen_US
thesis.degree.grantorUniversity of Arizonaen_US
dc.identifier.proquest8217443en_US
dc.identifier.oclc681967953en_US
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