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Ammonia-chain clusters: Vibronic spectra of 7-hydroxyquinoline⋅(NH3)2
Journal of Chemical Physics
Mass-and isomer-selected S 1 ←S 0 resonant two-photon ionization and S 1 →S 0 fluorescence spectra were measured for the 7-hydroxyquinoline•͑NH 3 ) 2 ͓7HQ•͑NH 3 ) 2 ] and d 2 -7-hydroxyquinoline •͑ND 3 ) 2 clusters cooled in supersonic expansions. UV/UV hole burning measurements prove that a single cluster isomer is formed. Ab initio self-consistent field and density functional calculations predict that the most stable cluster form has an "ammonia wire" hydrogen bonded to the -OH and N groupsdoi:10.1063/1.1589482 fatcat:j5wuh53gmzgy7aq556by4a5pci