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Vibration→Rotation Energy Transfer in Hydrogen Chloride
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19.report a spectral feature in the gas phase due to with a Similar features were observed for HCl‐Ar and HCl‐Xe with and respectively. Spectra of HCl dimers have been observed by many authors in solid matrices such as Xe. [See works listed by A. J. Barnes, H. E. Hallum, and G. F. Scrimshaw, Trans. Faraday Soc. 65, 3150 (1969).]
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