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Title: Bromine, Dioxide, OBrO: Spectroscopic Properties, Molecular Structure, and Harmonic Force Field
Authors: Mueller, G.
Miller, C.
Cohen, E.
Issue Date: 1996
Citation: Federal Republic of Germany
Abstract: The unstable OBrO radical, which might play a role in atmospheric chemistry, has been observed in the gas phase over a solid product of the O + Br subscript 2 reaction. Under certain conditions BrO, OBrO, and Br subscript 2 O could be observed simultaneously.
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