Low temperature absorption spectra of TcO4− and ReO4− in KClO4 View Full Text


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DATE

1972-12

AUTHORS

H. U. Güdel, C. J. Ballhausen

ABSTRACT

The low temperature spectra of TcO4−and ReO4−both show two band systems with pronounced vibrational structures. The bands are identified as1A1→1T2 transitions. No other bands are observed with certainty. It seems likely that the KClO4 crystals contain KReO4 crystallites. They are therefore not pure mixed crystals. It is concluded that the virtual orbital (2e) used in the construction of the low lying states resembles an atomic nd orbital more and more when going from n=3, Mn to n=5, Re. More... »

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331-337

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1963-01. A vibrational analysis of the MnO4− bands in THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY ACCOUNTS
  • 1968-01. Electronic structure of the permanganate ion in THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY ACCOUNTS
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