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The abundance of the electronic states of H 2 O + produced by electron bombardment of H 2 O vapor in the energy range 12–70 eV have been determined by studying the attenuation of the H 2 O + ion beam in nitrous oxide. The ground state ( 2 B 1 ), the first excited state ( 2 A 1 ), and probably...
The electrostatic energy changes and Madelung parameters for the process CaCo 3 ( c ) → Ca 2 + ( g ) + CO 3 2 − ( g ) have been computed assigning various distributed charges to the CO 3 2‐ CO 3 2 ‐ ion for the calcite, aragonite, and vaterite forms of calcium carbonate. The results are...
Optical emissions from long‐lived, excited states of CO + and N 2 + N 2 + in ion beams have been studied. CO or N 2 is ionized by electron impact, and the ions are removed from the ion source to the observation region. Spectra of emission from CO + and N 2 + N 2 + are obtained for wavelengths...
The Raman spectra of gaseous CH 3 ND 2 , C 2 H 5 ND 2 , and n ‐C 3 H 7 ND 2 , as well as the Raman and the infrared spectra of gaseous CH 3 NHD, have been measured and analyzed with respect to the amino group vibrations. The asymmetric position of the ND stretching vibration of CH 3 NHD...
The external vibrational modes of rhombohedral NaN 3 have been studied by means of normal mode calculations and inelastic neutron scattering measurements on powder samples. Phonon dispersion curves and displacement weighted frequency distributions have been computed using force‐constant models...
Electron spin resonance results at 77°K are presented for a series of manganese(III) dithiocarbamates diluted in the cobalt(III) analogs using both single crystal and powder techniques. The observed spectra are shown to arise only from the addition of manganic dithiocarbamates to the cobalt...
A form for the collision integrals of the linearized Boltzmann collision operator for a gas of rigid ovaloid molecules which also interact through a soft potential is derived which explicitly separates the effects of core collisions from those of the soft interactions. The computation of these...
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