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High resolution infrared spectroscopy of ions of astrophysical interest: H35Cl+ and H37Cl+, investigated in a cold plasma

AuthorsDoménech, José Luis ; Tanarro, Isabel ; Drouin, Brian; Herrero, Víctor J. ; Cernicharo, José
Issue Date17-Jul-2017
CitationXXXVI Reunión Bienal de la Real Sociedad Española de Física (2017)
AbstractHCl+ is a key intermediate of the chlorine chemistry in the Interstellar Media (ISM). It has been detected recently in the mm-wave region, both in space with Herschel mission [1] and in the laboratory [2]. ¿ Now that the Herschel mission is decomissioned, future studies of HCl+ in ISM will probably rely on ground based IR observations. ¿ There is plenty of HCl+ spectroscopic information in visible-UV [3] but it is of limited accuracy (0,04 cm-1); and is very scarce in the mm-wave and IR [4]. ¿ The JPL group had performed an isotope-independent global fit of all available mm-wave and optical data with predictions for v=1-0, without IR data. ¿ The high resolution IR spectra of HCl+ investigated in this work allows to complete and improve the spectroscopic data for the astrophysics community.
DescriptionSantiago de Compostela, Facultade de Química,17-21 julio 2017. -- http://www.bienalrsef2017.com/bienalrsef17/
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