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Title:Hyperfine Structure Of Nitrosyl Iodide (ino)
Author(s):Ozeki, Hiroyuki
Contributor(s):Bailleux, Stephane; Kobayashi, Kaori; Nishitsunoi, Akiko
Subject(s):Small molecules
Abstract:INO or Nitrosyl iodide is the simplest form among the family of INOx (x=1 to 3), which may be viewed as important temporary reservoir species for iodine and nitrogen oxides. Since the corresponding chlorine and bromine species have already been well characterized by microwave and millimeter-wave spectroscopy, spectroscopic information of the iodine compounds is very limited. We have successfully measured submillimeter-wave spectrum of INO in 2016, without resolving any hyperfine splitting due to iodine and nitrogen nuclei.\footnote{S. Bailleux, D. Duflot, S. Aiba, S. Nakahama and H. Ozeki, hem. Phys. Lett. $\bf{650}$, 73-75 (2016)} Completion of this task is mandatory for full understanding of the molecule. We have observed millimeter-wave spectra of INO at millimeter-wave region. Hyperfine splitting were observed at the frequency of around 150 GHz. The electric quadrupole coupling constants for iodine nucleus was determined for the first time.
Issue Date:2021-06-25
Publisher:International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Date Available in IDEALS:2021-09-24

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