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Title

Climbing up the vibrational ladder of HC15N: High-temperature near-infrared emission measurements
Authors

A. Predoi-Cross
Organization: University of Lethbridge
Department: Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre, Department of Physics and Astronomy
E. Johnson
Organization: University of Lethbridge
Department: Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre, Department of Physics and Astronomy
D. Hemsing
Organization: University of Lethbridge
Department: Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre, Department of Physics and Astronomy
H. Rozario
Organization: University of Lethbridge
Department: Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Georg Ch. Mellau
Organization: Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen
Department: Physikalisch-Chemisches-Institut
Journal / Anthology

Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy
Year: 2013
Volume: 293
Page range: 27-32
Description

The near-infrared (NIR) emission spectrum of H12C15N was measured in the 6050–6500 cm1 range at a resolution of 0.044 cm1 using an emission setup available at the Justus-Liebig Universität, Giessen, Germany. The rich emission spectrum showing numerous overlapped spectral profiles was analyzed with the spectrum analysis software SyMath running using Mathematica as a platform. This approach allowed us to retrieve the vibrational–rotational constants for 32 bands. Many spectroscopic transitions have been observed for the first time in a lab environment. We quantified four newly observed Coriolis resonances.
Subject

*Science > Physics > Spectroscopy
Keywords

HC15N, Molecular spectra, Infrared spectra, Emission spectra, Bending vibrations, Rovibrational constants