The laser-induced fluorescence and laser-exicited dispersed fluorescence spectra of the cyclohexoxy radical was observed using jet-cooled laser spectroscopy. In order to get structural information about the radical and as an aid in the conformational sorting of the spectral lines, rotationally resolved high-resolution spectra were recorded. Two different types of expansions, have demonstrated that a number of lines either nearly of entirely disappear at lowest jet temperature. It was suggested that although, five conformers of cyclohexoxy are possible, it appears that all the observed spectral bands can be accounted for by a single one.
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- Physics and Astronomy(all)
- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry