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Infrared Fourier Transform and Diode Laser Spectra of Formaldoxime

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The infrared spectrum of the simplest oxime, CH2NOH, was first obtained at low resolution in the gas phase by Califano and Lüttke1. Subsequent high resolution spectroscopy by Duxbury el al.2 and by Duxbury3 demonstrated that although the original vibrational analysis was correct, the directions of the transition moments derived fro from the analysis of low resolution band contours were not.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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