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The 7–0 Overtone Spectrum of HCl

The ground state potential energy function of HCl plays an important role in molecular physics and chemical dynamics. HCl is a popular target molecule for the testing of ab initio methods and the potential is useful in the interpretation of a variety of experiments ranging from femtosecond dynamics to the study of product distributions in chemical reactions. Recent experimental work on HCl includes the reﬁnement of the dissociation energy D0 (H35 Cl) = 35 748.2(8) cm−1 by threshold ion-pair production spectroscopy (1) and the measurement of new submillimeter-wave pure rotational line positions (2, 3). Coxon and Hajigeorgiou (4) have ﬁtted all of the available HCl and DCl ground state data using a parameterized potential energy function and Parekunnel et al. (5) have determined a new set of Dunham constants for low vibrational levels of HCl and DCl. Both of these papers also determined corrections needed to account for the breakdown of the Born–Oppenheimer approximation. The experimental ground state potential (4) is determined from two types of data: low-v data (from pure rotation and vibration–rotation transitions) and high-v data (from the B 1 + –X 1 + electronic transition). The low-v data end at v = 3 (from the 3–2 band) from the emission lines of LeBlanc et al. (6) with a precision of about 0.0002 cm−1 and v = 6 (from the 6–5 band) from Clayton et al. (7) with a precision of about 0.0025 cm−1 . The high-v data cover the range from v = 7 to 17 with a large number of bands in the B 1 + –X 1 + transition with a precision of 0.025 cm−1 . The v = 17 level lies about 1450 cm−1 from the dissociation limit (4). Unfortunately the low-v and high-v data do not connect, although the entire data set can be ﬁtted with a parameterized potential function (4). There is a gap in the data between v = 0–6 and v = 7–17 because the highv data are known with respect to v = 0 of the B 1 + state, not v = 0 of the X 1 + state. During a recent visit to the National Solar Observatory we noticed that the necessary measurements to put the high-v data on the same energy scale as the low-v data have already been made, but the line positions were never published. In two papers, the 4–0, 5–0, 6–0, and 7–0 overtone bands were analyzed to determine the self-pressure-broadening coefﬁcients (8) and the linestrengths (9). We have, therefore, measured the 7–0 band and report here on the line positions. The 7–0 overtone band of HCl was recorded by J. Gelfand, M. Zughul, and J. Brault on December 4, 1978 with the Fourier transform spectrometer associated with the McMath–Pierce Solar Telescope of the National Solar Observatory. A 6-m base path White cell was ﬁlled with 991 Torr of HCl and the total path length was set to 408 m. The spectrometer had a silver beamsplitter and was operated with Si photodiode detectors and a Corion 560-nm (17800– 18150 cm−1 ) bandpass ﬁlter. The resolution of the spectrometer was 0.048 cm−1 and 60 scans were co-added in 2 hours of integration. The line positions were measured with the PC-Decomp program of J. Brault. Each feature was ﬁtted with a Voigt line shape function and the positions are reported in Table 1. Unfortunately no calibration lines were recorded and, in any case, the band was measured at a single HCl pressure of more than one atmosphere. The line positions are therefore subject to an unknown pressure shift of perhaps ±0.02 cm−1 as well as a calibration error of perhaps ±0.01cm−1 for a total absolute accuracy of about ±0.025. This is essentially the same accuracy as the vacuum UV data of the B 1 + –X 1 + transition. The line positions were ﬁtted with the usual energy-level expression Fv (J ) = Tv + Bv J (J + 1) − Dv [J (J + 1)]2 and the constants are provided in Table 2. The ground state constants were ﬁxed to the values of LeBlanc et al. (6). The spectroscopic constants (Table 2) can be compared with the values calculated by Coxon and Hajigeorgiou (4) from their ﬁtted potential. For H35 Cl their T7 value is 0.040 cm−1 higher than ours while for H37 Cl the discrepancy is 0.055 cm−1 . The calculated B7 and D7 values are also in reasonable agreement with the direct observations (Table 2). The particularly good agreement between the observed and calculated band origins is a testament to the power and predictive value of potential ﬁtting. Interestingly the v = 7 level of HCl was also seen recently by Lin et al. (10). They observed the 7–6 emission band of HCl at low resolution from the 193-nm photolysis of CH2 CHCl.

TABLE 1 Line Positions (in cm−1 ) in the 7–0 Overtone Transition of HCl

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TABLE 2 Spectroscopic Constants for the v = 7 Vibrational Level of the X 1 Σ+ State of HCl

Note. Numbers in parentheses are one standard deviation in the last digits quoted.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The National Solar Observatory is operated by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc., under contract with the National Science Foundation. We thank H. Rabitz and J. Gelfand for agreeing to let us publish the HCl line positions. This research was supported by the NASA laboratory astrophysics program and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada.

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1. J. D. D. Martin and J. W. Hepburn, J. Chem. Phys. 109, 8139–8142 (1998). 2. H. Odashima, L. R. Zink, and K. M. Evenson, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 194, 283–284 (1998). 3. Th. Klaus, S. P. Belov, and G. Winnewisser, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 187, 109–117 (1998). 4. J. A. Coxon and P. G. Hajigeorgiou, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 203, 49–64 (2000). 5. T. Parekunnel, T. Hirao, R. J. LeRoy, and P. F. Bernath, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 195, 185–191 (1999).

6. R. B. LeBlanc, J. B. White, and P. F. Bernath, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 164, 574– 579 (1994). 7. C. M. Clayton, D. W. Merdes, J. Pliva, T. K. McCubbin, and R. H. Tipping, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 98, 168–184 (1983). 8. M. Zughul, J. Gelfand, H. Rabitz, and A. E. DePristo, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer 24, 371–377 (1980). 9. J. Gelfand, M. Zughul, H. Rabitz, and C. J. Han, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer 26, 303–305 (1981). 10. S.-R. Lin, S.-C. Lin, Y.-C. Lee, Y.-C. Chou, I.-C. Chen, and Y.-P. Lee, J. Chem. Phys. 14, 160–168 (2001). R. S. Ram∗ P. F. Bernath∗, † ∗ Department of Chemistry University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona 85721 ∗, †Department of Chemistry University of Waterloo Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1, Canada Received February 28, 2001

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