The high resolution electronic excitation spectrum of the band origin in the S-1<--S-0 electronic excitation of anisole has been measured in a molecular beam experiment. High accuracy upper state rotational constants have been determined from the fit of more than 400 rovibronic transitions (with a 10 MHZ standard deviation). The planarity of anisole in both the ground and the excited state has been clearly demonstrated and additional information gained about the changes in the structure with electronic excitation.

The High Resolution Spectrum of the S1-S0 Transition of Anisole / CG. Eisenhardt; G. Pietraperzia; M. Becucci. - In: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS. - ISSN 1463-9076. - STAMPA. - 3:(2001), pp. 1407-1410. [10.1039/b009507i]

The High Resolution Spectrum of the S1-S0 Transition of Anisole

PIETRAPERZIA, GIANGAETANO;BECUCCI, MAURIZIO
2001

Abstract

The high resolution electronic excitation spectrum of the band origin in the S-1<--S-0 electronic excitation of anisole has been measured in a molecular beam experiment. High accuracy upper state rotational constants have been determined from the fit of more than 400 rovibronic transitions (with a 10 MHZ standard deviation). The planarity of anisole in both the ground and the excited state has been clearly demonstrated and additional information gained about the changes in the structure with electronic excitation.
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CG. Eisenhardt; G. Pietraperzia; M. Becucci
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