Compiled UV Spectra of diacetylene (C4H2)


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Compiled from best available data on C4H2 : Kloster-Jensen et al. (120-160 nm , 300 K), Fahr and Nayak (16-195 nm, 223 K) and Smith et al. (195 - 260 nm, 195 K)pérature désirée :

References :
- T. Ferradaz, Y. Bénilan, N. Fray, A. Jolly, M. Schwell, M.C. Gazeau, H.-W. Jochims : Temperature dependant photoabsorption cross sections of cyanoacetylene and diacetylene in the mid and vacuum UV : application to Titan's atmosphere, Planetary and Space Sciences 57, 10-22 (2009)

- Kloster-Jensen, E., H.J. Haink, and H. Christen, The Electronic Spectra of Unsubstituted Mono- to Penta- Acetylene in the Gas Phase and in Solution in the Range 1100 to 4000 A. Helv. Chim. Acta, 1974. 57(6): p. 1731-1744.

- Fahr, A. and A.K. Nayak, Temperature Dependant Ultraviolet Absorption Cross Sections of 1.3-Butadiene and Butadiyne. Chem. Phys., 1994. 189: p. 725-731.

- Smith, N.S., Y. Benilan, and P. Bruston, The Temperature Dependant Absorption Cross Sections of C4H2 at Mid Ultraviolet Wavelengths. Planet. Space Sci., 1998. 46(9/10): p. 1215-1220.