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|Title:||Rotational study of carbon monoxide solvated with helium atoms|
|Citation:||Physical Review Letters, 2008; 101(23):233401-1-233401-4|
|Publisher:||American Physical Society|
|L. A. Surin, A. V. Potapov, B. S. Dumesh, S. Schlemmer, Y. Xu, P. L. Raston, and W. Jäger|
|Abstract:||High resolution microwave and millimeter-wave spectra of HeN-CO clusters with N up to 10, produced in a molecular expansion, were observed. Two series of J = 1-0 transitions were detected, which correspond to the a-type and b-type J = 1-0 transitions of He1-CO. The B rotational constant initially decreases with N and reaches a minimum at N = 3. Its subsequent rise indicates the transition from a molecular complex to a quantum solvated system already for N = 4. For N > or =6, the B value becomes larger than that of He1-CO, indicating an almost free rotation of CO within the helium environment.|
|Rights:||© 2008 The American Physical Society|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 2|
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