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Chem. , 1970, 52, 5652. S. S. Butcher, R. A. Cohen, and T. C. Rounds, J . Chem. , 1971, 54,4123. D. Damiani and A. M. Mirri, Chem. Phys. Letters, 1971, 10, 351. H. J. G. Haymann and J. Weiss, J . Chem. , 1965, 42, 3701 L. C. Krisher and E. Saegebarth, J. Chem. , 1971, 54,4553. Micro wave Spectroscopy 21 diffuse and weaker while the A species are sensibly unaffected. The initially assigned A species are analysed according to the effective Hamiltonian, Ii,, for a given vibrational state u, as obtained by Herschbach 95 by applying successive van Vleck transformations to the Hamiltonian for the problem in which coupling of the top and the molecular frame angular momenta is treated as a perturbation: In the case of a reasonably high barrier to rotation, termination in the second power of the relative angular momentum of the top and frame (Pz) is sufficient when c refers to the A species, which then follows rigid-rotor behaviour.

However, if the three constraints F12>0 with F13 and F23 of opposite sign to each other, suggested by similar molecules, are assumed, acceptable solutions for the Al force constants are contained within narrow limits. Similarly, assumption of a suitable range for F45is necessary if the B1species constants Fa4,Fa5,and Fb5are to be determined from v4, v5, and 'abab. u. A2 of the normal isotopic species. u. u. A2)of a nearly harmonic, low-frequencyin-plane bending vibration is subtracted out. u. A2 per quantum and therefore its contribution to the zero-point constants is approximately half this quantity.

Roberts, A. P. Cox, and M. J. Whittle, J. Mol. Spectroscopy, 1970, 35, 476. Molecular Spectroscopy 38 derived from observed spectra for states involving vl0 using a form of the Grenier-Besson and Amat 4 9 expression modified for CSv molecules. In a 150 have now accountheoretical development, Whittle, Cox, and Roberts ted for the erratic behaviour of D,, quantitatively in terms of a second-order Coriolis interaction between the v4 (A,) and vl0 (El) states. Also, anomalies in the constants B and qU are explained when the effect of the accompanying first-order Coriolis interaction is taken into account.

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