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A new approach to the Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) absorption spectroscopy of molecular clusters in pulsed supersonic jets is developed to the point where it is competitive with high-sensitivity laser absorption techniques for intermediate and large molecular systems. A combination of rapid spectral acquisition and of a buffered jet chamber enables the use of intense gas pulses which cover complete interferometer scans. Applications to (N2O)n, (CH3OH)n and (HCl)n demonstrate the capabilities of this technique. Investigations of the association of bulky alcohols and of clusters within clusters illustrate some ongoing research.
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