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isoformyl (1+)ion (CHO)

Compound Descriptions:

Structure Drawing
Formula:CHO
Molecular Weight:29.018 g/mol
Name(s):isoformyl (1+)ion
methyliumylidene, hydroxy-
CAS-RN:60528-75-8, 97467-05-5
Classification:charged; alcohol; 1fragment; ionic

Derivatives / Analogues

Derivativeisotope: H16O13C+ 
Derivativeisotope: D16O12C+ 
Derivativeisotope: H18O12C+ 
Derivativeisotope: H16O12C+ 
Analogueother group IV element: Hydroxosilicon(1+) ion 

Landolt-Börnstein Citations:

Structure and Molecular Constants

 Molecular Constants Mostly From Microwave, Molecular Beam, Electro Spin Resonance and Sub-Doppler Laser Spectroscopy: Vol. II/19d2 3.2.4.2:3II/19D2

References

II/19D2
Short: II/19D2
Title: Molecular Constants: Polyatomic Radicals and Ions
Author: Brown, J.M.
Editor: Hüttner, W.
Source: Landolt-Börnstein, New Series
Volume: II/19D2
Year: 1995
Keyword: organic compounds; molecular constants; spectroscopy; microwave spectroscopy; radicals
ISBN: 3-540-58210-X
ISBN: 978-3-540-58210-6
Internet Resource: DOI:10.1007/b55066
RefComment: VIII, 355 pages.
Abstract: Volume II/19 Molecular Constants mostly from Microwave, Molecular Beam and Sub-Doppler Laser Spectroscopy is a supplement to the earlier volumes II/4, II/6 and II/14. The slight change in the title reflects current trends in the applications of spectroscopic methods. Together, the four volumes collect all the critically evaluated data published up to 1989/90 on constants of free molecules obtained by classical and modern spectroscopy.The present Subvolume II/19d2 contains high resolution spectroscopic results for freely rotating paramagnetic and ionic molecular species and in Part d3 a substance index for all subvolumes of the volume II/19.

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