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2013-09-13
2016-09-29

Abstract

The simplest Criegee intermediate CHOO was detected in a discharged supersonic jet of a CHBr and O gas mixture by Fourier-transform microwave spectroscopy. The experimentally determined rotational constants of CHOO and its isotopologues enabled us to derive the geometrical structure. The determined OO and CO bond lengths, which are relevant to a discussion on its electronic structure, are 1.345(3) and 1.272(3) Å, respectively. The CO bond length is close to that of a typical double bond and is shorter than that of the OO bond by 0.07 Å, indicating that CHOO has a more zwitterionic character HC = O–O than biradical .

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