The infrared spectrum of water in carbon tetrachloride and carbon disulfide matrices
Paddock, James Robert
Schultz, John W.
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The infrared spectrum of water is obtained using the matrix isolation technique. Carbon tetrachloride and carbon disulfide are used as matrix materials and found to be effective although not as effective as the inert gases. The resulting spectra show a peak attributable to the monomeric form of water. The causes of this peak are discussed and compared to the literature. The infrared spectrum of pure ice is also obtained and compared to the literature.
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