The spectrum of 32S16O2 between 1055 and 2000 cm-1 has been investigated under high resolution with a Fourier transform interferometer. Two fundamental bands have been analyzed; the A-type band ν3 and the B-type band ν1. A careful analysis of these bands has led to the availability of an extended and more precise set of rotational levels belonging to the vibrational states (000), (100) and (001). From this set of improved vibrational energies, rotational and centrifugal constants for the states (000), (100), and (001) have been obtained.
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- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics