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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||The Pure Rotational Spectrum And Hyperfine Structure Of Cf Studied By Laser Magnetic Resonance|
|Abstract:||Laser magnetic resonance spectra have been measured for four rotational transitions and one spin-changing transition in the 2Π ground state of CF, generated in an intracavity methane-fluorine flame. From a detailed analysis of the Zeeman hyperfine structure of the J = 9/2→11/2 transition in the Ω = 3/2 spin component the hyperfine constants h, b, and d as well as B0 and q0 have been determined. Using these fitted parameters in conjunction with ab initio results, the values of 〈l/r 3〉, 〈(3 cos2θ - l)/r3〉, |φ2(0)|, and 〈(sin2θ)/r3〉, averaged over the unpaired electron distribution, have been determined. Comparison of these integrals with those of the fluorine atom indicates that the unpaired electron has approximately 18% F character, implying a substantial degree of double bonding. © 1982 American Institute of Physics.|
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