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Applications of double perturbation theory to microwave spectroscopy; the molecular dipole moment and the nuclear quadrupole coupling constant of methyl iodide Maso, A.C.P.


Double perturbation theory is applied to the problem of measuring the molecular dipole moment of a linear or symmetric top molecule in the presence of a single quadrupolar nucleus. A computer program is developed and a new value for the dipole moment of methyl iodide is reported.

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