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Quantitative Infrared Database - NIST

Due to the increase of anthropogenic carbon dioxide and its highly politicized global effects, there has been much research concerning the absorptivity of CO 2 and its thermal effects. CO 2 contributes to the greenhouse effect by absorbing energy in the infrared (IR) wavelengths, thus trapping heat within the boundaries of the earth’s atmosphere.

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The Infrared Absorption Spectrum of Carbon Dioxide

The complete infrared spectrum of C O 2 may consistently be explained in terms of a linear symmetrical model, making use of the selection rules developed by Dennison and the resonance interaction introduced by Fermi. The inactive fundamental ν 1 appears only in combination bands, but ν 2 at 15μ and ν 3 at μ absorb intensely.. Resolution of the fundamentals ν 2 and ν 3.—The 15μ ...

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Carbon dioxide - NIST

Formula: CO 2. Molecular weight: IUPAC Standard InChI: InChI=1S/CO2/c2-1-3. Download the identifier in a file. IUPAC Standard InChIKey: CURLTUGMZLYLDI-UHFFFAOYSA-N. CAS Registry Number: 124-38-9. Chemical structure: This structure is also …

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Experimental data for CO 2 (Carbon dioxide) - NIST

PR Davies, WJ Orville-Thomas "Infrared Band Intensities and Bond polaritites Part1. Bond Moment constants in CO2, OCS, CS2, CSe2, and SCSe" J. Mol. Struct. 4 (1969) 163: /0022-2860(69)80052-9: 1982vibint "Vibrational Intensities in Infrared and Raman Spectroscopy" WB Person, G Zerbi, ed. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1982 : 1997Oln/Can:59

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NIST Mass Spectral Library - Diablo Analytical

NIST Mass Spectral Library. The NIST Mass Spectral Library is the world's most widely used and trusted resource for identifying mass spectra. The NIST 20 EI Library has 350,643 spectra for 306,869 compounds and over 447K literature and experimentally determined GC Methods and Retention Indexes for 139,963 compounds.

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CO2 Vibrations and IR Spectrum

This is a CO 2 molecule vibrating symetrically. The vibration does not create a dipole moment and therfore does not show up on the IR spectrum. This is a CO 2 molecule vibrating asymetircally.. This is a CO 2 molecule bending.. This is also a CO 2 molecule bending. It is rotated 90 from the other bending one, and therefore degenerate.

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Carbon Dioxide Absorption in the Near Infrared

Due to the increase of anthropogenic carbon dioxide and its highly politicized global effects, there has been much research concerning the absorptivity of CO 2 and its thermal effects. CO 2 contributes to the greenhouse effect by absorbing energy in the infrared (IR) wavelengths, thus trapping heat within the boundaries of the earth’s atmosphere.

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How to interpret IR spectra - ChemistryScore

Nov 09, 2019· Infrared (IR) spectroscopy is a very useful method for detecting the characteristic bonds of many functional groups through their absorption of infrared light.. If you shine infrared light on a molecule, it is possible that the molecule absorbs energy from light. Absorbed energy can cause a bond to stretch or call that a stretching or bending vibration.

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Carbon Dioxide, CO 2

The IR spectrum of CO 2 ( kPa total pressure) is shown below. You may select the animations by clicking on the image, or from the menu below. IR Spectrum of CO2 (*.jdx) Animation of vibrational modes: (link to flc files, animated gif's courtesy of Marty Schultz) Asymetric Stretch. Symetric Stretch (not IR active) Vertical Bend

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