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This quantity bargains with binary nitrogen-hydrogen compounds having , 3, or extra nitrogen atoms (with the exception of hydrazine) and with compounds composed of nitrogen, hydrogen, and noble gases. the real species containing nitrogen atoms, N2H, N2H+, N2H2, and N2H3 are defined within the first a part of this quantity. subsequent, chains and cycles which include 3 nitrogen atoms are coated. between them hydrogen azide or hydrozoic acid, HN3, is the main generally studied nitrogen-hydrogen compound defined during this quantity. With expanding variety of nitrogen atoms, the thermochmical balance declines. there's, even if, a large amount of details on molecules with as much as 9 associated nitrogen atoms. numerous of those binary nitrogen-hydrogen compounds might in basic terms be remoted within the type of natural derivatives. if that's the case, info on hand for the natural derivatives have been incorporated in the event that they have been attribute for the actual unsubstituted N-H dad or mum compound.
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64  2735/46). Gmelin Handbook N Suppl. Vol. 7 27 Energy Transfer Vibrational Energy Transfer Angular and velocity spectra of the inelastic scattering of N2D+ with He were investigated by using an ion-beam target-gas technique for center-of-mass collision energies in the range 8 to 18 eV. A vibrational-to-translational energy transfer from N 2D+ to He was proposed. The energy transferred for 1800 scattering was observed to increase with collision energy . The rate constants for the vibrational relaxation of N2H + by He, Ar, and Kr were estimated in a selected-ion flow tube study to be less than 1 x 10- 13 (He) and 5X 10- 11 cm 3 • molecule- 1 ·S-1 (Ar, Kr) .
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The frequency tabulated for the J = 1 <-- 0 transition of 15NNH + (6) supersedes an earlier vaLue (14). Frequencies from radioastronomicaL observations are given in [1, 16 to 19). 622(54) MHz (10). The frequencies of the J = transition in the vibrationaL ground state for all isotopomers of the ion were obtained ab initio (CI-SDQ) caLcuLations [20, 21). 6 x 10- 5 1 (22), was obtained from the spectroscopic data of (2). A computer-accessible catalog of observed or predicted submiLlimeter, millimeter, and microwave spectraL Lines of many species incLudes 34 Lines for N 2H+ and 41 Lines for N2D+ (23).