Microwave Spectrum and Structure of Sulfur Difluoride

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Science  23 May 1969:
Vol. 164, Issue 3882, pp. 950-951
DOI: 10.1126/science.164.3882.950


Sulfur difluioride has been identified and characterized from its microwave spectrum. The analysis of rotational transitions for both sulfur difluoride-32 and sulfur difluoride-34 shows that this molecular species has C2v symmetry with a bond length of 1.589 angstroms, a bond angle of 98°16', and a dipole moment of 1.05 Debye.

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