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The microwave spectra of the F 14 N 14 NF and F 15 N 14 NF isotopic forms of the ``active'' isomer of N 2 F 2 are reported and from this the structure is derived as planar and cis with the following structural parameters: d (NN)=1.214±0.005 Å, d (NF)=1.384±0.01 Å, ∠FNN=114.5±0.5°. A...
The emission of a charge‐transfer complex excited by the two‐photon absorption of a laser beam has been investigated. The emission spectra and ratio of phosphorescence to fluorescence have been compared for laser and ultraviolet excitation and are the same indicating that all of the observed...
Methane photolysis with light of wavelength down to 1050 Å has shown that product propane does not result from reaction of the ethane that is produced. The distribution of products is very similar to the distribution found in the radiolysis of methane. This result indicates that both photolysis...
Isomeric chemical shifts were observed in the Mössbauer spectra of Au 197 atoms in dilute solutions in 19 metals and semiconductors at 4.2°K. The shifts were interpreted as arising from transfer of (conduction) electrons in the 6 s shell of gold, probably toward the gold atom, in the alloys. A...
It is shown that in mercury‐6( 3 P 1 )‐photosensitized reactions the Hg 6( 3 P 1 ) atom behaves as a distinctly electrophilic reactant in most of its reactions and that the H/D isotope effect exhibited by some paraffin molecules with respect to the quenching reaction can be satisfactorily...
The emission excited in the association of atomic oxygen and nitrogen has been studied in a fast‐flow low‐pressure system by photoelectric and spectroscopic methods. The absolute rates of excitation of the products of these associative processes have been measured, and the effects of added...
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