Bibliography for H2O2
  1. Al-Refaie, A. F., Polyansky, O. L., Ovsyannikov, R. I., Tennyson, J., Yurchenko, S. N., "ExoMol line lists XV: A new hot line list for hydrogen peroxide", Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 461, 1012-1022 (2016). [link to article][16AlPoOv.H2O2]
  2. Al-Refaie, A. F., Ovsyannikov, R. I., Polyansky, O. L., Yurchenko, S. N., Tennyson, J., "A variationally calculated room temperature line-list for H2O2", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 318, 84-90 (2015). [link to article][15AlOvPo.H2O2]
  3. Aoki, S., Giuranna, M., Kasaba, Y., Nakagawa, H., Sindoni, G., Geminale, A., Formisano, V., "Search for hydrogen peroxide in the Martian atmosphere by the Planetary Fourier Spectrometer onboard Mars Express", Icarus 245, 177-183 (2015). [link to article][15AoGiKa.H2O2]
  4. Zins, E.-L., Krim, L., "Hydrogenation processes from hydrogen peroxide: an investigation in Ne matrix for astrochemical purposes", RSC Advances 4, 22172-22180 (2014). [link to article][14ZiKrxx.H2O2]
  5. Polyansky, O. L., Kozin, I. N., Ovsyannikov, R. I., Malyszek, P., Koput, J., Tennyson, J., Yurchenko, S. N., "Variational calculation of highly excited rovibrational energy levels of H2O2", Journal of Physical Chemistry A 117, 7367-7377 (2013). [link to article][13PoKoOv.H2O2]
  6. Hill, C., Yurchenko, S. N., Tennyson, J., "Temperature-dependent molecular absorption cross sections for exoplanets and other atmospheres", Icarus 226, 1673-1677 (2013). [link to article][13HiYuTe.SO2]
  7. Allen, N. D. C., González Abad, G., Bernath, P. F., Boone, C. D., "Satellite observations of the global distribution of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) from ACE", Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 115, 66-77 (2013). [link to article][13AlGoBe.H2O2]
  8. Hand, K. P., Brown, M. E., "Keck II observations of hemispherical differences in H2O2 on Europa", Applied Physics Letters 766, L21 (2013). [link to article][13HaBrxx.H2O2]
  9. Małyszek, P., Koput, J., "Accurate ab initio potential energy surface and vibration-rotation energy levels of hydrogen peroxide", Journal of Computational Chemistry 34, 337-345 (2013). [link to article][13MaKoxx.H2O2]
  10. McGrath, M. P., "Torsional electric dipole moment functions calculated for HOOH and ClOOCl", Journal of Chemical Physics 138, 094305 (2013). [link to article][13McGrath.H2O2]
  11. Du, F., Parise, B., Bergman, P., "Production of interstellar hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) on the surface of dust grains", Astronomy and Astrophysics 538, A91 (2012). [link to article][12DuPaBe.H2O2]
  12. Encrenaz, T., Greathouse, T. K., Lefevre, F., Atreya, S. K., "Hydrogen peroxide on Mars: Observations, interpretation and future plans", Planetary and Space Science 68, 3-17 (2012). [link to article][12EnGrLe.H2O2]
  13. Bergman, P., Parise, B., Liseau, R., Larsson, B., Olofsson, H., Menten, K. M., Güsten, R., "Detection of interstellar hydrogen peroxide", Astronomy and Astrophysics 531, L8 (2011). [link to article][11BePaLi.H2O2]
  14. Carter, S., Handy, N. C., Bowman, J. M., "High torsional vibrational energies of H2O2 and CH3OH studied by MULTIMODE with a large amplitude motion coupled to two effective contraction schemes", Molecular Physics 107, 727-737 (2009). [link to article][09CaHaBo.H2O2]
  15. Johnson, T. J., Sams, R. L., Burton, S. D., Blake, T. A., "Absolute integrated intensities of vapor-phase hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) in the mid-infrared at atmospheric pressure", Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 395, 377-386 (2009). [link to article][09JoSaBu.H2O2]
  16. Irikura, K. K., Johnson, III, R. D., Kacker, R. N., Kessel, R., "Uncertainties in scaling factors for ab initio vibrational zero-point energies", Journal of Chemical Physics 130, 114102 (2009). [link to article][09IrJoKa.H3+]
  17. Maciel, G. S., Bitencourt, A. C. P., Ragni, M., Aquilanti, V., "Studies of the dynamics around the O-O bond: Orthogonal local modes of hydrogen peroxide", Chemical Physics Letters 432, 383-390 (2006). [link to article][06MaBiRa.H2O2]
  18. Bacelo, D. E., Binning, R. C., "Theoretical modeling of the peroxide stretch in H2O2, F2O2, and Fe2O4", International Journal of Quantum Chemistry 105, 740-749 (2005). [link to article][05BaBixx.H2O2]
  19. Clancy, R .T., Sandor, B. J., Moriarty-Schieven, G. H., "A measurement of the 362 GHz absorption line of Mars atmospheric H2O2", Icarus 168, 116-121 (2004). [link to article][04ClSaMo.H2O2]
  20. Encrenaz, T., Bezard, B., Greathouse, T. K., Richter, M. J., Lacy, J. H., Atreya, S. K., Wong, A. S., Lebonnois, S., Lefevre, F., Forget, F., "Hydrogen peroxide on Mars: Evidence for spatial and seasonal variations", Icarus 170, 424-429 (2004). [link to article][04EnBeGr.H2O2]
  21. Lin, S. Y., Guo, H., "Exact quantum mechanical calculations of rovibrational energy levels of hydrogen peroxide (HOOH)", Journal of Chemical Physics 119, 5867-5873 (2003). [link to article][03LiGuxx.H2O2]
  22. Vione, D., Maurino, V., Minero, C., Pelizzetti, E., "The atmospheric cemistry of hydrogen peroxyde: A review", Annali di Chimica 93, 477-488 (2003). [link to article][03ViMaMi.H2O2]
  23. Dorofeeva, O. V., Iorish, V. S., Novikov, V. P., Neumann, D. B., "NIST-JANAF thermochemical tables. II. Three molecules related to atmospheric chemistry: HNO3, H2SO4, and H2O2", Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data 32, 879-901 (2003). [link to article][03DoIoNo.HNO3]
  24. Mladenovic, M., "Discrete variable approaches to tetratomic molecules: Part II: application to H2O2 and H2CO", Spectrochimica Acta Part A 58, 809-824 (2002). [link to article][02Mladenovic.H2CO]
  25. Yu, H. G., Muckerman, J. T., "A general variational algorithm to calculate vibrational energy levels of tetraatomic molecules", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 214, 11-20 (2002). [link to article][02YuMuxx.H2CO]
  26. Chen, R. Q., Ma, G. B., Guo, H., "Six-dimensional quantum calculations of highly excited vibrational energy levels of hydrogen peroxide and its deuterated isotopomers", Journal of Chemical Physics 114, 4763-4774 (2001). [link to article][01ChMaGu.H2O2]
  27. Koput, J., Carter, S., Handy, N. C., "Ab initio prediction of the vibrational-rotational energy levels of hydrogen peroxide and its isotopomers", Journal of Chemical Physics 115, 8345-8350 (2001). [link to article][01KoCaHa.H2O2]
  28. Carter, S., Handy, N. C., "The vibrations of H2O2, studied by “multimode,” with a large amplitude motion", Journal of Chemical Physics 113, 987-993 (2000). [link to article][00CaHaxx.H2O2]
  29. Luckhaus, D., "6D vibrational quantum dynamics: Generalized coordinate discrete variable representation and (a)diabatic contraction", Journal of Chemical Physics 113, 1329-1347 (2000). [link to article][00Luckhaus.H2O2]
  30. Senent, M. L., Fernandez-Herrera, S., Smeyers, Y. G., "Ab initio determination of the roto-torsional energy levels of hydrogen peroxide", Spectrochimica Acta Part A 56, 1457-1468 (2000). [link to article][00SeFeSm.H2O2]
  31. Fehrensen, B., Luckhaus, D., Quack, M., "Mode selective stereomutation tunnelling in hydrogen peroxide isotopomers", Chemical Physics Letters 300, 312-320 (1999). [link to article][99FeLuQu.H2O2]
  32. Klee, S., Winnewisser, M., Perrin, A., Flaud, J.-M., "Absolute line intensities for the ν6 band of H2O2", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 195, 154-161 (1999). [link to article][99KlWiPe.H2O2]
  33. Kuhn, B., Rizzo, T. R., Luckhaus, D., Quack, M., Suhm, M. A., "A new six-dimensional analytical potential up to chemically significant energies for the electronic ground state of hydrogen peroxide", Journal of Chemical Physics 111, 2565-2587 (1999). [link to article][99KuRiLu.H2O2]
  34. Koput, J., Carter, S., Handy, N. C., "Potential energy surface and vibrational-rotational energy levels of hydrogen peroxide", Journal of Physical Chemistry A 102, 6325-6335 (1998). [link to article][98KoCaHa.H2O2]
  35. Bach, R. D., Ayala, P. Y., Schlegel, H. B., "A reassessment of the bond dissociation energies of peroxides. An ab initio study", Journal of the American Chemical Society 118, 12758-12765 (1996). [link to article][96BaAySc.H2O2]
  36. Perrin, A., Flaud, J.-M., Camy-Peyret, C., Schermaul, R., Winnewisser, M., Mandin, J.-Y., Dana, V., Badaoui, M., Koput, J., "Line intensities in the far-infrared spectrum of H2O2", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 176, 287-296 (1996). [link to article][96PeFlCa.H2O2]
  37. Cook, W. B., Hunt, R. H., Shelton, W. N., Flaherty, F. A., "Torsion-rotation energy levels, hindering potential, and inertial parameters of the first excited vibrational state of the antisymmetric O-H stretch in hydrogen peroxide", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 171, 91-112 (1995). [link to article][95CoHuSh.H2O2]
  38. Flaud, J.-M., Perrin, A., Camy-Peyret, C., "Fourier transform spectroscopy of asymmetric top molecules", Spectrochimica Acta Part A 51, 1217-1230 (1995). [link to article][95FlPeCa.H2O2]
  39. Perrin, A., Valentin, A., Flaud, J. M., Camy-Peyret, C., Schriver, L., Schriver, A., Arcas, P., "The 7.9-μm band of hydrogen peroxide: Line positions and intensities", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 171, 358-373 (1995). [link to article][95PeVaFl.H2O2]
  40. Bramley, M. J., Carrington, T., "A general discrete variable method to calculate vibrational energy levels of three‐ and four‐atom molecules", Journal of Chemical Physics 99, 8519-8541 (1993). [link to article][93BraCaxx.H2CO]
  41. Camy-Peyret, C., Flaud, J.-M., Johns, J. W. C., Noel, M., "Torsion-vibration interaction in H2O2: First high-resolution observation of ν3", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 155, 84-104 (1992). [link to article][92CaFlJo.H2O2]
  42. Chance, K. V., Johnson, D. G., Traub, W. A., Jucks, K. W., "Measurement of the stratospheric hydrogen peroxide concentration profile using far infrared thermal emission spectroscopy", Geophysical Resarch Letters 18, 1003-1006 (1991). [link to article][91ChJoTr.H2O2]
  43. Harding, L. B., "Theoretical studies of the hydrogen peroxide potential energy surface. 2. An ab initio, long-range OH (2Π) + OH (2Π) potential", Journal of Physical Chemistry 95, 8653-8660 (1991). [link to article][91Harding.H2O2]
  44. Perrin, A., Flaud, J.-M., Camy-Peyret, C., Goldman, A., Murcray, F. J., Blatherwick, R. D., "New analysis of the ν6 band of H2O2: The (n, τ) = (0, 1), (1, 1), (2, 1), (0, 3), and (1, 3) torsional subbands", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 142, 129-147 (1990). [link to article][90PeFlCa.H2O2]
  45. Flaud, J.-M., Camy-Peyret, C., Johns, J. W. C., Carli, B., "The far infrared spectrum of H2O2. First observation of the staggering of the levels and determination of the cis barrier", Journal of Chemical Physics 91, 1504-1510 (1989). [link to article][89FlCaJo.H2O2]
  46. Olson, W. B., Hunt, R. H., Young, B. W., Maki, A. G., Brault, J. W., "Rotational constants of the lowest torsional component (0G) of the ground state and lowest torsional component (1G) of the first excited torsional state of hydrogen peroxide", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 127, 12-34 (1988). [link to article][88OlHuYo.H2O2]
  47. Ticich, T. M., Rizzo, T. R., "Unimolecular reactions near threshold: The overtone vibration initiated decomposition of HOOH (5νOH)", Journal of Chemical Physics 84, 1508-1520 (1986). [link to article][86TiRixx.H2O2]
  48. Hougen, J. T., "Summary of group theoretical results for microwave and infrared studies of H2O2", Canadian Journal of Physics 62, 1392-1402 (1984). [link to article][84Hougen.H2O2]
  49. Cohen, E. A., Pickett, H. M., "The dipole moment of hydrogen peroxide", Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy 87, 582-583 (1981). [link to article][81CoPixx.H2O2]
  50. Davis, D. D., "A kinetics review of atmospheric reactions involving HxOy compounds", Canadian Journal of Chemistry 52, 1405-1414 (1974). [link to article][74Davis.H2O2]
  51. Giguere, P. A., Srinivasan, T. K. K., "A Raman study of H2O2 and D2O2 vapor", Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 2, 125-132 (1974). [link to article][74GiSrxx.H2O2]
  52. Hunt, R. H., Leacock, R. A., Peters, C. W., Hecht, K. T., "Internal‐rotation in hydrogen peroxide: The far‐infrared spectrum and the determination of the hindering potential", Journal of Chemical Physics 42, 1931-1946 (1965). [link to article][65HuLePe.H2O2]
  53. Redington, R. L., Olson, W. B., Cross, P. C., "Studies of hydrogen peroxide: The infrared spectrum and the internal rotation problem", Journal of Chemical Physics 36, 1311-1326 (1962). [link to article][62ReOlCr.H2O2]
  54. Giguere, P. A., "The infra-red spectrum of hydrogen peroxide", Journal of Chemical Physics 18, 88-92 (1950). [link to article][50Giguere.H2O2]
  55. Zumwalt, L. A., Giguere, P. A., "The infra‐red bands of hydrogen peroxide at λ9720 and the structure and torsional oscillation of hydrogen peroxide", Journal of Chemical Physics 9, 458-462 (1941). [link to article][41ZuGixx.H2O2]

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