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The near ultraviolet absorption spectra ofortho- andmeta-thiocresols

  • R. N. Bapat
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Abstract

The absorption spectra ofortho- andmeta-thiocresols have been studied in the present investigation. The ortho-thiocresol spectrum consists of about forty-five bands of rather a diffuse nature and in general low intensity in the region from 2873 Å to 2600 Å. The maximum number of bands is obtained by using a path length of 330 cm. for absorption, the temperature of the bulb being maintained at 14°C. Several of these bands are assigned as due tov-v-transitions. The (0, 0) band is chosen at 35386 cm.−1 which is the strongest band on the longer wavelength side. Vibrational frequencies in the excited state have values 729, 957 and 1159 and combinations and overtones of these are present.

Themeta-thiocresol spectrum consists of about forty bands of rather a diffuse nature and very weak intensities in the region from 2900 Å to 2590 Å. The maximum number of bands is obtained by using a path length 200 cm. for absorption and by keeping the temperature of the bulb at 20° C. The (0, 0) band is chosen to be that at 34793 cm.−1 which is the strongest band on the longer wavelength side. Vibrational frequencies in the excited state have values 492, 611, 720, 845, 965, 1016 and 1155 cm.−1 and combinations and overtones of these are present.

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Cresol American Petroleum Institute Wavelength Side Ultraviolet Absorption Spectrum Longe Wavelength Side 
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© Indian Academy of Sciences 1959

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  • R. N. Bapat
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  1. 1.Physics DepartmentCollege of ScienceNagpur

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