Shayesteh, A., Appadoo, D.R.T., Gordon, I. and Bernath, P.F. (2003) The vibration-rotation emission spectra of MgH2. Journal of Chemical Physics, 119 (15). pp. 7785-7788. ISSN 0021-9606Full text not available from this repository.
The gaseous MgH2 molecule has been discovered in an electrical discharge inside a high temperature furnace. The vibration–rotation emission spectrum of 24MgH2 was recorded with a Fourier transform spectrometer and the antisymmetric stretching mode (3) was detected near 1589 cm–1. In addition, three hot bands involving 2 and 3 were found and rotationally analyzed. The MgH2 molecule has a linear structure with an R0 Mg–H bond distance of 1.703 327(3) Å.
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|Date Deposited:||05 Feb 2009 18:40|
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|Publisher:||American Institute of Physics|