Oxygen-17 Hyperfine Structures in the Pure Rotational Spectra of SrO, SnO, BaO, HfO and ThO
Hyperfine structures arising from the couplings of the nuclear spin angular momentum of 17O (I = 5/2) with the end over end rotation of several metal-containing diatomic monoxides have been observed using a Fourier transform microwave spectrometer. the molecules have been produced by reacting 17O2 with laser ablated metal atoms. the oxygen-17 nuclear quadrupole coupling constants have been determined for the title molecules and are interpreted in terms of a simple Townes–Dailey model. Also, the oxygen-17 nuclear spin-rotation constants have been determined and used to calculate the oxygen-17 shieldings for each molecule.
C. T. Dewberry et al., "Oxygen-17 Hyperfine Structures in the Pure Rotational Spectra of SrO, SnO, BaO, HfO and ThO," Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol. 9, no. 24, pp. 5897-5901, Royal Society of Chemistry, Jan 2007.
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