Abstract

The infrared radio-frequency double-resonance technique has been used to study seven sets of coupled transitions involving torsionally excited states of the vibrational ground state and the CO-stretch state of CH3OH. One double-resonance signal due to a transition in the CH3-deformation state has also been observed. The observations confirm previously proposed assignments of far-infrared laser lines and have allowed the determination of A-state asymmetry parameters, including SCO(122), TCO(122), and SCH3-def(013).

© 1990 Optical Society of America

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