Titan's spectroscopic database

 

Positions and intensities of all detected bands of triacetylene (C6H2)

 

Band

Position cm-1

Absolute Intensities (cm-2atm-1) at 296 K

n1+n11

3930

8.0 0.4

n1+n13

3432

3.7 0.2

3n7

3350

Hidden by n5

n5

3332 (R)

3322 (P)

537 45

n2+n7

3304

Hidden by n5

n3+n8+n11

n1-n13

3251 (R)

3242 (P)

3222

7.9 0.4

n3+n7

3086

3081

3075

1.0 0.1

n6

2121

6.3 0.3

n7+n9

2n9+n11

1588

1583

2.4 0.2

2n11+n13

1337

1.8 0.2

n8+n11

1237 (R)

1229 (P)

210 10

2n10+n11

n7

1126

1123

1113

2.4 0.1

n9+n12

915

<1

n10+n11

866

2.7 0.1

n4+n13

n8+n13

730

720

4.2 0.2

n10+n13

698

690

18.3 0.9

n11

628 (R)

622 (Q)

617 (P)

428 25

n9+n13

595

Hidden by n11

n12

444

15.2 0.7

Reference :


Shindo, F.; Benilan, Y.; Guillemin, J.-C.; Chaquin, P.; Jolly, A.; Raulin, F.,Ultraviolet and infrared spectrum of C6H2 revisited and vapor pressure curve in Titan's atmosphere,
Planetary and Space Science, Volume 51, Issue 1, p. 9-17 (2003)

 

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