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UV/Vis+ Photochemistry Database

Literature Service: Organic Carbonyl Compounds/Aldehydes/Ketones/Amides and related radicals

Substances:  

HCO, CH2O, HCDO, CD2O, CH3CO, CH3CHO, CH3CDO, CD3CHO, CD3CDO, HOCH2CHO, C3H2O, C4H4O, C2H5CHO, C3H7CHO, C4H9CHO, C5H11CHO, C6H6O2, C6H10O, C6H12O, C8H16O, C6H13CHO, CH2CHCHO, CH3CH2CCHO, CH3CH=CHCHO, (CH3)2CHCHO, (CH3)2CHCH2CHO, CH3CH=C(CH3)CHO, C3H8O, (CH3)3CCHO, CH3COCH3, CD3C(O)CD3, CH3C(O)CH2Cl, CH3COCHO, CH3COC2H5, C4H8O2, C5H10O2, n-C3H7COCH3; C2H5COC2H5, C5H10O, CH3C(O)C(O)C2H5, C7H14O, ((CH3)2CH)2C(O), CH3C(O)CH2CH(CH3)2, CH3C(O)(CH)2CH(CH3)2, CHOCHO, CH2C(CH3)CHO, CH3C(O)CH2OH, CH3COCHCH2, C5H8O, (CH3)2NC(O)CH3, C6H10O, C6H12O, C8H8O, C9H8O, C9H10O, C10H10O, C10H12O, C10H16O, C3H4O2, C3H4O2, C4H4O2, C4H6O2, C4H8O2, C5H6O2, C5H8O2, C6H12O2, C6H12O3, CH2CO, C5H4O2, C6H6O2, C7H6O2, C9H6O2, C9H6O3, C9H6O4, C10H8O4, C7H8O2, C8H10O2, C10H16O2, C3H4O, C6H12O, C7H14O, C9H14O, C9H18O6, C15H10O

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Authors Journal/Source Title/Paper Data Sheet
HCO; formyl radical; CAS-No.: 2597-44-6
G. Herzberg, D.A. Ramsey Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Volume 233, Issue 1192, pp. 34-54 The 7500 to 4500 Angstrom Absorption System of the Free HCO Radical

C.J. Hochanadel, T.J. Sworski, P.J. Ogren J. Phys. Chem., 84(3), 231-235, (1980) Ultraviolet Spectrum and Reaction Kinetics of the Formyl Radical

J.E. Baggott, H.M. Frey, P.D. Lightfoot, R. Walsh Chem. Phys. Lett., 132, 225-230, (1986) The absorption cross section of the HCO radical at 614.59 nm and the rate constant for HCO + HCO --> H2CO + CO

D.B. Oh, A.C. Stanton, J.A. Silver J. Phys. Chem., 97 (10), 2246-2250, (1993) Measurement of formyl radical line strength in the A2A" <-- X2A' band system using visible/near-infrared diode laser absorption

Yongxin Tang, Lei Zhu J. Phys. Chem. A, 108 (40), 8307-8316, (2004) Wavelength-Dependent Photolysis of n-Hexanal and n-Heptanal in the 280-330-nm Region

L.N. Krasnoperov, E.N. Chesnokov, H. Stark, A.R. Ravishankara Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 30, 935-943, (2005) Elementary reactions of formyl (HCO) radical studied by laser photolysis-transient absorption spectroscopy

J. E. Flad, S. S. Brown, J. B. Burkholder, H. Stark, A. R. Ravishankara Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 8, 3636 - 3642, (2006) Absorption cross sections for the A2A" (0,90,0) <-- X2A' (0,01,0) band of the HCO radical

V. A. Shubert, S. T. Pratt J. Phys. Chem. A, 114 (42), 11238-11243, (2010) Photodissociation of Acetaldehyde and the Absolute Photoionization Cross Section of HCO

Additional HCO spectra and datasheets are available via our Spectra Service
CH2O; formaldehyde; methanal; CAS-No.: 50-00-0; PubChem: 712
G. Fleming, M.M. Anderson, A.J. Harrison, L.W. Pickett J. Chem. Phys., 30, 351-354, (1959) Effect of Ring Size on the Far Ultraviolet Absorption and Photolysis of Cyclic Ethers

R.D. McQuigg, J.G. Calvert J. Am. Chem. Soc., 91, 1590- 1599, (1969) The Photodecomposition of CH2O, CD2O, CHDO, and CH2O-CD2O mixtures at xenon flash lamp intensities

J.E. Mentall, E.P. Gentieu, M. Krauss, D. Neumann J. Chem. Phys., 55, 5471, (1971) Photoionization and Absorption Spectrum of Formaldehyde in the Vacuum Ultraviolet

S. Glicker, L.J. Stief J. Chem. Phys., 54, 2852-2857, (1971) Photolysis of Formaldehyde at 1470 and 1236 A

J.G. Calvert, J.A. Kerr, K.L. Demerjan, R.D. McQuigg Science, 175, 751-752, (1972) Photolysis of Formaldehyd as a Hydrogen Atom Source in the Lower Stratosphere 

H.P. Sperling, S. Toby Can. J. Chem./Rev. can. chim. 51(4): 471-475, (1973) The Photochemical Decomposition of Gaseous Formaldehyde

G.K. Moortgat priv. comm., (1980) MPI Mainz, 1980

A.M. Bass priv. comm., (1980) (295 K)

A.M. Bass, L.C. Glasgow, C. Miller, J.P. Jesson, D.L. Filkin Planet. Space Sci., 28, 675-679, (1980) Temperature Dependent Absortion Cross Sections for Formaldehyde (CH2O): The Effect of Formaldehyde on Stratospheric Chlorine Chemistry

P. Brint, J.-P. Connerade, C. Mayhew, K. Sommer J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 2, 81, 1643-1652, (1985) The vacuum ultraviolet absorption spectrum of formaldehyde

G.K. Moortgat, W. Schneider J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data, 18, 1014, (1989) (285 K)

C.A. Cantrell, J.A. Davidson, A.H. McDaniel, R.E. Shetter, J.G. Calvert J. Phys. Chem., 94, 3902-3908, (1990) Temperature-Dependent Formaldehyde Cross Sections in the Near-Ultraviolet Spectral Region

C.A. Cantrell, J.A. Davidson, A.H. McDaniel, R.E. Shetter, J.G. Calvert J. Phys. Chem., 94, 3902-3908, (1990) Temperature-Dependent Formaldehyde Cross Sections in the Near-Ultraviolet Spectral Region 

J.D. Rogers J. Phys. Chem., 94, 4011-4015, (1990) Ultraviolet Absorption Cross Sections and Atmospheric Photodissociation Rate Constants of Formaldehyde

R. Meller priv. comm., (1992) MPI Mainz, 1992 (297 K)

G. Cooper, J. E. Anderson, C. E. Brion Chem. Phys., 209, 61-77, (1996) Absolute photoabsorption and photoionization of formaldehyde in the VUV and soft X-ray regions (3–200 eV)

M. W. Mackey, J. W. Daily, J. T. McKinnon, E. P. Riedel J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chemistry, 105, 1-6, (1997) High-temperature UV-visible absorption spectral measurements and estimated primary photodissociation rates of formaldehyde, chlorobenzene and 1-chloronaphthalene 

H. Barry, L. Corner, G. Hancock, R. Peverall, G.A.D. Ritchie Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 4, 445 - 450, (2002) Cross sections in the ny5 band of formaldehyde studied by cavity enhanced absorption spectroscopy near 1.76 micrometer

G. Friedrichs, D.F. Davidson, R.K. Hanson Int. J. Chem. Kinet., 34, 374-386, (2002) Direct measurements of the reaction H + CH2O --> H2 + HCO behind shock waves by means of vis-uv detection of formaldehyde

Y. Chen, L. Zhu J. Phys. Chem. A, 107, 4643-4651, (2003) Wavelength-dependent photolysis of glyoxal in the 290-420 nm region; (298 K)

Bai X., T. Metz, F. Ossler, M. Alden Spectrochimica Acta, Part A 60, 821-828, (2004) Absorption of formaldehyde (H2CO) in the A1A2<--X1A1 band system at elevated temperatures and pressures

M. Staak, E. W. Gash, D. S. Venables, A. A. Ruth J. Molecular Spectroscopy, 229, 115-121, (2005) The rotationally-resolved absorption spectrum of formaldehyde from 6547 to 6804 cm-1

F. D. Pope, C. A. Smith, P. R. Davis, D. E. Shallcross, M. N. R. Ashfold, A. J. Orr-Ewing Faraday Discuss., 130, 59-72, (2005) Photochemistry of formaldehyde under tropospheric conditions

F. D. Pope, C. A. Smith, M. N. R. Ashfold, A. J. Orr-Ewing Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 7, 79 - 84, (2005) High-resolution absorption cross sections of formaldehyde at wavelengths from 313 to 320 nm

D. T. Co, T. F. Hanisco, J. G. Anderson, F. N. Keutsch J. Phys. Chem. A, 109 (47), 10675 -10682, (2005) Rotationally Resolved Absorption Cross Sections of Formaldehyde in the 28100-28500 cm-1 (351-356 nm) Spectral Region: Implications for in Situ LIF Measurements 

C. A. Smith, F. D. Pope, B. Cronin, C. B. Parkes, A. J. Orr-Ewing J. Phys. Chem. A, 110 (41), 11645 -11653, (2006) Absorption Cross Sections of Formaldehyde at Wavelengths from 300 to 340 nm at 294 and 245 K

Weixiong Zhao, Xiaoming Gao, Lunhua Deng, Teng Huang, Tao Wu, Weijun Zhang JQSRT, 107, 331-339, (2007) Absorption spectroscopy of formaldehyde at 1.573. micrometer

A. Gratien, B. Picquet-Varrault, J. Orphal, E. Perraudin, J.-F. Doussin, J.-M. Flaud J. Geophys. Res., 112, D05305, (2007) Laboratory intercomparison of the formaldehyde absorption cross sections in the infrared (1660–1820 cm-1) and ultraviolet (300–360 nm) spectral regions

A. Gratien, E. Nilsson, J.-F. Doussin, M. S. Johnson, C. J. Nielsen, Y. Stenstrom, B. Picquet-Varrault J. Phys. Chem. A, 111 (45), 11506 -11513, (2007) UV and IR Absorption Cross-sections of HCHO, HCDO, and DCDO

T. Brauers, J. Bossmeyer, H.-P. Dorn, E. Schlosser, R. Tillmann, R. Wegener, A. Wahner Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 3579-3586, (2007) Investigation of the formaldehyde differential absorption cross section at high and low spectral resolution in the simulation chamber SAPHIR

P. G. Carbajo, S. C. Smith, A.-L. Holloway, C. A. Smith, F. D. Pope, D. E. Shallcross, A. J. Orr-Ewing J. Phys. Chem. A, 112 (48), 12437-12448, (2008) Ultraviolet Photolysis of HCHO: Absolute HCO Quantum Yields by Direct Detection of the HCO Radical Photoproduct

M. B. Crow, A. Gilchrist, G. Hancock, R. Peverall, G. Richmond, G. A. D. Ritchie, S. R. Taylor J. Phys. Chem. A, 113 (24), 6689-6696, (2009) High-Resolution Absorption Studies of the 1A2 - 1A1 202401 Band of Formaldehyde

K. Sunanda, B. N. Rajasekhar, P. Saraswathy, B. N. Jagatap Spectroscopy Letters, 45 (1), 65-73, (2012) Photo-Absorption Studies on Formaldehyde Using Synchrotron Radiation at Indus I

C. T. Ernest, D. Bauer, A. J. Hynes J. Phys. Chem. A, 116 (24), 5910-5922, (2012) High-Resolution Absorption Cross Sections of Formaldehyde in the 30285-32890 cm-1 (304-330 nm) Spectral Region

P. Morajkar, C. Schoemeacker, C. Fittschen J. Mol. Spectroscopy, 281, 18-23, (2012) Absolute absorption cross sections for two selected lines of formaldehyde around 6625 cm-1

related data (quantum yield studies; photolysis studies, etc.)
K.B. Harvey, J.F. Ogilvie Can. J. Chem., 40, 85-91, (1962) Infrared absorption of formaldehyde at low temperatures, evidence for multiple trapping sites in an argon matrix

M. Venugopalan, K.O. Kutschke Can. J. Chemistry, 42, 2451-2455, (1964) The photolysis of formaldehyde, formaldehyde-d2, and their mixtures

A. Horowitz, J.G. Calvert Int. J. Chem. Kinetics, 10, 805-819, (1978) Wavelength dependence of the quantum efficiencies of the primary processes in formaldehyde photolysis at 25°C

J. H. Clark, C. B. Moore, N. S. Nogar J. Chem. Phys., 68, 1264-1272, (1978) The photochemistry of formaldehyde: Absolute quantum yields, radical reactions, and NO reactions

G. K. Moortgat, F. Slemr, W. Seiler, P. Warneck Chem. Phys. Lett., 54, 444-447, (1978) Photolysis of formaldehyde: Relative quantum yields of H2 and CO in the wavelength range 270–360 nm

G.K. Moortgat, P. Warneck J. Chem. Phys., 70, 3639-3651, (1979) CO and H2 quantum yields in the photodecomposition of formaldehyde in air

K.Y. Tang, P.W. Fairchild, E.K.C. Lee J. Phys. Chem., 83, 569-573, (1979) Laser-induced photodecomposition of formaldehyde (~A1A2) from its single vibronic levels. Determination of the quantum yield of H-atom by HNO (~A1A'') chemiluminescence

G.K. Moortgat, W. Seiler, P. Warneck J. Chem. Phys., 78, 1185-1190, (1983) Photodissociation of HCHO in air: CO and H2 quantum yields at 220 and 300 K

N. I. Sorokin, G. I. Skubnevskaya, N. M. Bazhin Theoretical and Experimental Chemistry, 18 (4), 410-416, (1983) Gas-phase photolysis of formaldehyde in the region of molecular dissociation

J. Desai, J. Heicklen J. Photochemistry, 40, 23-29, (1987) The wavelength dependence of the photo-oxidation of CH2O

G. D. Smith, L. T. Molina, M. J. Molina J. Phys. Chem. A, 106 (7), 1233-1240, (2002) Measurement of Radical Quantum Yields from Formaldehyde Photolysis between 269 and 339 nm

C. T. Ernest, D. Bauer, A. J. Hynes J. Phys. Chem. A, 116 (26), 6983-6995, (2012) Radical Quantum Yields from Formaldehyde Photolysis in the 30400-32890 cm-1 (304-329 nm) Spectral Region: Detection of Radical Photoproducts Using Pulsed Laser Photolysis-Pulsed Laser Induced Fluorescence

Additional formaldehyde spectra and datasheets are available via our Spectra Service
HCDO; formaldehyde-d; CAS-No.: 1664-99-9
A. Gratien, E. Nilsson, J.-F. Doussin, M. S. Johnson, C. J. Nielsen, Y. Stenstrom, B. Picquet-Varrault J. Phys. Chem. A, 111 (45), 11506 -11513, (2007) UV and IR Absorption Cross-sections of HCHO, HCDO, and DCDO

CD2O; formaldehyde-2d; CAS-No.: 1664-98-8
S. Glicker, L.J. Stief J. Chem. Phys., 54, 2852-2857 (1971) Photolysis of formaldehyde at 1470 and 1236 Å

A. Gratien, E. Nilsson, J.-F. Doussin, M. S. Johnson, C. J. Nielsen, Y. Stenstrom, B. Picquet-Varrault J. Phys. Chem. A, 111 (45), 11506 -11513, (2007) UV and IR Absorption Cross-sections of HCHO, HCDO, and DCDO

related data (quantum yield studies; photolysis studies, etc.)
J. H. Clark, C. B. Moore, N. S. Nogar J. Chem. Phys., 68, 1264-1272, (1978) The photochemistry of formaldehyde: Absolute quantum yields, radical reactions, and NO reactions

C2H3O; CH3CO; acetyl radical; CAS-No.: 3170-69-2
D.A. Parkes Chem. Phys. Lett., 77, 527-532, (1981) The ultraviolet absorption spectra of the acetyl radical and the kinetics of the CH3 + CO reaction at room temperature

M.M. Maricq, J.J. Szente Chem. Phys. Lett., 253, 333-339, (1996) The UV spectrum of acetyl and the kinetics of the chain reaction between acetaldehyde and chlorine

M. Cameron, V. Sivakumaran, T. J. Dillon, J. N. Crowley Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 4, 3628 - 3638, (2002) Reaction between OH and CH3CHO Part 1. Primary product yields of CH3(296 K), CH3CO (296 K), and H (237-296 K)

B. Rajakumar, J. E. Flad, T. Gierczak, A. R. Ravishankara, J. B. Burkholder J. Phys. Chem. A, 111 (37), 8950-8958, (2007) Visible Absorption Spectrum of the CH3CO Radical

C2H4O; CH3CHO; acetaldehyde; CAS-No.: 75-07-0
J.W. Ellis J. Am. Chem. Soc., 51, 1384-1394, (1929) The near infrared absorption spectra of some aldehydes, ketones, esters and ethers

A.D. Walsh Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. A, Math. Phys. Sci.,185, 176-182, (1946) The absorption spectrum of acetaldehyde in the vacuum ultra-violet

J.S. Lake, A.J. Harrison J. Chem. Phys., 30, 361, (1959) Absorption of acyclic oxygen compounds in the vacuum ultraviolet. III. Acetone and acetaldehyde

V. McMillan John Wiley & Sons, London, p. 368, (1966) Calvert and Pitts, Photochemistry 

G. Lucazeau, C. Sandorfy J. Mol. Spectroscopy, 35, 214-231, (1970) On the far-ultraviolet spectra of some simple aldehydes

J. Weaver, J. Meagher, J. Heicklen J. Photochemistry, 6, 111-126, (1976-1977) Photo-oxidation of CH3CHO vapor at 3130 Å

H. Meyrahn PhD-Thesis, (1984) University of Mainz, Germany, (298 K)

M. Noble, K.C. Lee J. Chem. Phys., 81, 1632-1642, (1984) The jet-cooled electronic spectrum of acetaldehyde and deuterated derivatives at rotational resolution

J. S. Crighton, S. Bell J. Mol. Spectroscopy, 112 (2), 304-314, (1985) Electronic spectrum of acetaldehyde: Vibrational analysis of the 182-nm system

W. Schneider, G.K. Moortgat priv. comm., (1989) MPI Mainz, (294 K)

P. Brint, L. O'Toole, C. A. Mayhew, W. Dussa J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 86, 3349 - 3354, (1990) Vacuum-ultraviolet absorption spectrum of acetaldehyde, CH3CHO, and the related deuterides CH3CDO and CD3CDO

H.G. Libuda Uni Wuppertal, Germany, (1992) Spektroskopische und kinetische Untersuchungen an halogenierten Carbonylverbindungen von atmosphaerischem Interesse, Ph-D-Thesis 

R. D. Martinez, A. A. Buitrago, N. W. Howell, C. H. Hearn, J. A. Joens Atmos. Env. A, 26, 785-792, (1992) The near U.V. absorption spectra of several aliphatic aldehydes and ketones at 300 K

N. N. Yakovlev, I. A. Godunov Can. J. Chem., 70, 931-934, (1992) The a3A" <-- X1A' electronic spectra of acetaldehyde-h4 and -d4

Huan Xu, Pamela J. Wentworth, Noel W. Howell, Jeffrey A. Joens Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular Spectroscopy, 49, 1171-1178, (1993) Temperature dependent near-UV molar absorptivities of aliphatic aldehydes and ketones in aqueous solution

P. Limao-Vieira, S. Eden, N.J. Mason, S.V. Hoffmann Chem. Phys. Lett., 376, 737-747, (2003) Electronic state spectroscopy of acetaldehyde, CH3CHO, by high-resolution VUV photo-absorption

Y. Hashikawa, M. Kawasaki, R.L. Waterland, M.D. Hurley, J.C. Ball, T.J. Wallington, M.P. Sulbaek Andersen, O.J. Nielsen Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, 125,1925–1932, (2004) Gas phase UV and IR absorption spectra of CxF2x+1CHO (x = 1–4)

related data (quantum yield studies; photolysis studies, etc.)
F. Daniels Third Report of the Committee on Photochemistry: Reprint and Circular Series of the National Research Council,Committee on Photochemistry; ISBN: 0-309-55909-X, pp 15-34, (1938) A table of quantum yields in experimental photochemistry

Yongxin Tang, Lei Zhu, Liang T. Chu, Bin Xiang Chem. Phys., 330, 155-165, (2006) Cavity ring-down spectroscopic study of acetaldehyde photolysis in the gas phase, on aluminum surfaces, and on ice films

G. K. Moortgat, H. Meyrahn, P. Warneck ChemPhysChem, 11 (18), 3896-3908, (2010) Photolysis of Acetaldehyde in Air: CH4, CO and CO2 Quantum Yields

C2H3DO; CH3CDO; acetaldehyde-d1; 1-deuteroacetaldehyde; CAS-No.: 4122-13-8
G. Lucazeau, C. Sandorfy J. Mol. Spectr., 35 (2), 214-231, (1970) On the far-ultraviolet spectra of some simple aldehydes

C2HD3O; CD3CHO; acetaldehyde-2,2,2-d3; 2,2,2-trideuterioacetaldehyde; CAS-No.: 19901-15-6; PubChem: CID 140625
G. Lucazeau, C. Sandorfy J. Mol. Spectr., 35 (2), 214-231, (1970) On the far-ultraviolet spectra of some simple aldehydes

C2D4O; CD3CDO; acetaldehyde-d4; tetradeuteroacetaldehyde; CAS-No.: 1632-89-9
G. Lucazeau, C. Sandorfy J. Mol. Spectr., 35 (2), 214-231, (1970) On the far-ultraviolet spectra of some simple aldehydes

N. N. Yakovlev, I. A. Godunov Can. J. Chem., 70, 931-934, (1992) The a3A" <-- X1A' electronic spectra of acetaldehyde-h4 and -d4

C2H4O2; HOCH2CHO; glycolaldehyde; acetaldehyde, hydroxy-; CAS-No.: 141-46-8
A. Beeby, D. bin H Mohammed, J. R. Sodeau J. Am. Chem. Soc., 109 (3), 857-861, (1987) Photochemistry and photophysics of glycolaldehyde in solution

C. Bacher, G.S. Tyndall, J.J. Orlando J. Atmos. Chem., 39, 171-189, (2001) The atmosperic chemistry of glycolaldehyde

I. Magneron, A. Mellouki, G. Le Bras, G. K. Moortgat, A. Horowitz, K. Wirtz J. Phys. Chem. A, 109 (20), 4552-4561, (2005) Photolysis and OH-Initiated Oxidation of Glycolaldehyde under Atmospheric Conditions

R. Karunanandan, D. Hölscher, T. J. Dillon, A. Horowitz, J. N. Crowley, L. Vereecken, J. Peeters J. Phys. Chem. A, 111 (5), 897-908, (2007) Reaction of HO with Glycolaldehyde, HOCH2CHO: Rate Coefficients (240-362 K) and Mechanism

C. Zhu, L. Zhu J. Phys. Chem. A, 114 (32), 8384-8390, (2010) Photolysis of Glycolaldehyde in the 280-340 nm Region

C3H2O; propargyl aldehyde; 2-propynal; propiolaldehyde; CAS-No.: 624-67-9; PubChem: 12222
J.A. Howe, J.H. Goldstein J. Am. Chem. Soc., 80 (18), 4846-4849, (1958) The near ultraviolet absorption spectrum of propargyl aldehyde

C3H6O; C2H5CHO; propionaldehyde; propanal; CAS-No.: 123-38-6
J.W. Ellis J. Am. Chem. Soc., 51, 1384-1394, (1929) The near infrared absorption spectra of some aldehydes, ketones, esters and ethers

F.E. Blacet, R.A. Crane J. Am. Chem. Soc., 76(21), 5337-5340, (1954) The Photolysis of the Aliphatic Aldehydes. XVII. Propionaldehyde, n-Butyraldehyde and Isobutyraldehyde at 2380 and 1870 A

V.  McMillan John Wiley & Sons, London, p. 368, (1966) Calvert and Pitts, Photochemistry

G. Lucazeau, C. Sandorfy J. Mol. Spectr., 35 (2), 214-231, (1970) On the far-ultraviolet spectra of some simple aldehydes

R. D. Martinez, A. A. Buitrago, N. W. Howell, C. H. Hearn, J. A. Joens Atmos. Env. A, 26, 785-792, (1992) The near U.V. absorption spectra of several aliphatic aldehydes and ketones at 300 K

H. Xu, P. J. Wentworth, N. W. Howell, J. A. Joens Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular Spectroscopy, 49, 1171-1178, (1993) Temperature dependent near-UV molar absorptivities of aliphatic aldehydes and ketones in aqueous solution

N. C. Shand, C.-L. Ning, M.R.F. Siggel, I.C. Walker, J. Pfab J. Chem. Soc., Faraday T rans., 93(16), 2883-2888, (1997) One- and two-photon spectroscopy of the 3s <-- n Rydberg transition of propionaldehyde (propanal)

Y. Chen, L. Zhu J. Phys. Chem. A, 105, 9689-9696, (2001) The Wavelength dependence of the photodissociation of propionaldehyde in the 280-330 nm region

Jia-Hua Xing, Miyuki Ono, Ayako Kuroda, Kinichi Obi, Kei Sato, Takashi Imamura J. Phys. Chem. A, 116 (33), 8523-8529, (2012) Kinetic Study of the Daytime Atmospheric Fate of (Z)-3-Hexenal

related data (quantum yield studies; photolysis studies, etc.)
J. Heicklen, J. Desai, A. Bahta, C. Harper, R. Simonaitis J. Photochem., 34, 117-135, (1986) The temperature and wavelength dependence of the photo-oxidation of propionaldehyde

C4H4O; 2-butynal; tetrolaldehyde; CAS-No.: 1119-19-3; PubChem: CID 136875
J.S. Muirhead, J.A. Howe J. Chem. Phys., 36, 2316-2319, (1962) Near-Ultraviolet Absorption Spectrum of Tetrolaldehyde

C4H8O; C3H7CHO; n-butyraldehyde; n-butanal; CAS-No.: 123-72-8; PubChem: CID 261
J.W. Ellis J. Am. Chem. Soc., 51, 1384-1394, (1929) The near infrared absorption spectra of some aldehydes, ketones, esters and ethers

F.E. Blacet, R.A. Crane J. Am. Chem. Soc., 76, 5337-5340, (1954) The photolysis ot the aliphatic aldehydes. XVII. Propionaldehyde, n-butyraldehyde, and isobutyraldehyde at 2380 and 1870 A

R. P. Borkowski, P. Ausloos J. Am. Chem. Soc., 84, 4044-4048, (1962) The vapor phase fluorescence and its relationship to the photolysis of propionaldehyde and the butyraldehydes

G. Lucazeau, C. Sandorfy J. Mol. Spectr., 35 (2), 214-231, (1970) On the far-ultraviolet spectra of some simple aldehydes

R.D. Martinez, A. A. Buitrago, N.W. Howell, C.H. Hearn, J.A. Joens Atmospheric Environment A, 26, 785-792, (1992) The near U.V. absorption spectra of several aliphatic aldehydes and ketones at 300 K

Huan Xu, Pamela J. Wentworth, Noel W. Howell, Jeffrey A. Joens Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular Spectroscopy, 49, 1171-1178, (1993) Temperature dependent near-UV molar absorptivities of aliphatic aldehydes and ketones in aqueous solution

J. Tadic, I. Juranic, G.K. Moortgat J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chemistry, 143, 169-179, (2001) Pressure dependence of the photooxidation of selected carbonyl compounds in air: n-butanal and n-pentanal

Y. Chen, L. Zhu, J.S. Francisco J. Phys. Chem. A, 106, 7755-7763, (2002) Wavelength-dependent photolysis of n-butyraldehyde and i-butyraldehyde in the 280-330 nm region

C5H10O; C4H9CHO; n-pentanal; n-valeraldehyde; CAS-No.: 110-62-3
Y.Y. Sham, J.A. Joens Spectrochimica Acta, 51A, 247-251, (1995) Temperature dependent near UV molar absorptivities of several small aldehydes in aqueous solution

T. Cronin, L. Zhu J. Phys. Chem. A, 102, 10274-10279, (1998) Dye laser photolysis of n-pentanal from 280 to 330 nm

J. Tadic, I. Juranic, G.K. Moortgat J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chemistry, 143, 169-179, (2001) Pressure dependence of the photooxidation of selected carbonyl compounds in air: n-butanal and n-pentanal

C6H12O; C5H11CHO; hexanal; hexanaldehyde; CAS-No.: 66-25-1
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C6H10O; cis-3-hexenal; (Z)-3-Hexenal; CAS-No.: 6789-80-6
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C6H10O; trans-2-hexenal, 2-hexenal; (E)-hex-2-enal; CAS-No.: 6728-26-3; PubChem: CID 5281168
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C8H16O; 2-ethyl hexanal; CAS-No.: 123-05-7
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C7H14O; C6H13CHO; heptanal; heptaldehyde; CAS-No.:111-71-7
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C3H4O; CH2CHCHO; acrolein; 2-propenal; CAS-No.: 107-02-8
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C4H6O; CH3CH2CCHO; methacrolein; 2-methyl-2-propenal; CAS-No.: 78-85-3
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C4H6O; CH3CH=CHCHO; crotonaldehyde; CAS-No.: 123-73-9
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C4H8O; (CH3)2CHCHO; 2-methylpropanal; i-butyraldehyde; CAS-No.: 78-84-2; PubChem: CID 6561
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C5H10O; (CH3)2CHCH2CHO; i-pentanal; 3-methylbutanal; CAS-No.: 590-86-3
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C5H7O; (CH3)3CCHO; t-pentanal; 2,2-dimethylpropanal; CAS-No.: 630-19-3
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C5H8O; CH3CH=C(CH3)CHO; trans-2-methyl-2-butenal; CAS-No.: 497-03-0
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C5H8O; 3-methyl-2-butenal; CAS-No.: 107-86-8
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C5H8O; trans-2-pentenal; 2-pentenal; 3-ethylacrolein; CAS-No.: 1576-87-0; PubChem: CID 5364752
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C6H6O2; HCOCH=CHCH=CHCHO(E,E); E,E-2,4-hexadienedial; (E,E)-muconaldehyde; CAS-No.: 18409-46-6
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C3H4O2; CH3COCHO; methylglyoxal; pyruvaldehyde; CAS-No.: 78-98-8
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C3H6O; CH3C(O)CH3; acetone; dimethyl ketone; propanone; CAS-No.: 67-64-1
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C3D6O; CD3C(O)CD3; acetone-d6; CAS-No.: 666-52-4
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C3H5OCl; CH3C(O)CH2Cl; chloroacetone; CAS-No.: 78-95-5
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C4H8O; CH3C(O)C2H5; 2-butanone; methyl ethyl ketone; butan-2-one; MEK; CAS-No.: 78-93-3; PubChem: 6569
V. McMillan Calvert and Pitts, Photochemistry, John Wiley & Sons, London, p. 377, (1966)  (298 K)

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J.M. Hollas Basic Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy, 11, 146-170, (2002) Electronic spectroscopy

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J. Chen, D.S. Venables Atmos. Meas. Tech., 4, 425-436, (2011) A broadband optical cavity spectrometer for measuring weak near-ultraviolet absorption spectra of gases

J.F. Brewer, D.K. Papanastasiou, J.B. Burkholder, E.V. Fischer, Y. Ren, A. Mellouki, A.R. Ravishankara J. Geophys. Res. D, Atmospheres, 124 (11), 5906-5918, (2019) Atmospheric Photolysis of Methyl Ethyl, Diethyl, and Propyl Ethyl Ketones: Temperature Dependent UV Absorption Cross Sections

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P. Ausloos, E.W.R. Steacie Can. J. Chem., 33, 1062-1068, (1955) The photolysis of methyl ethyl ketone

M. T. B. Romero, M. A. Blitz, D. E. Heard, M. J. Pilling, B. Price, P. W. Seakins, L. Wang Faraday Discuss., 130, 73 - 88, (2005) Photolysis of methylethyl, diethyl and methylvinyl ketones and their role in the atmospheric HOx budget

B. Rajakumar, T. Gierczak, J. Flad, A.R. Ravishankara, J.B. Burkholder J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chem., 199, 336-344, (2008) The CH3CO quantum yield in the 248 nm photolysis of acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, and biacetyl

C4H8O2; 3-hydroxy 2-butanone; acetoin; CAS-No.: 513-86-0
L. Messaadia, G. El Dib, A. Ferhati, E. Roth, A. Chakir Chem. Phys. Lett., 529, 16-22, (2012) Gas phase UV absorption cross-sections for a series of hydroxycarbonyls

C4H8O2; 4-hydroxy 2-butanone; methylolacetone; CAS-No.: 590-90-9
L. Messaadia, G. El Dib, A. Ferhati, E. Roth, A. Chakir Chem. Phys. Lett., 529, 16-22, (2012) Gas phase UV absorption cross-sections for a series of hydroxycarbonyls

C5H10O2; 3-hydroxy-3-methyl-2-butanone; methylacetoin; CAS-No.: 115-22-0
L. Messaadia, G. El Dib, A. Ferhati, E. Roth, A. Chakir Chem. Phys. Lett., 529, 16-22, (2012) Gas phase UV absorption cross-sections for a series of hydroxycarbonyls

C5H10O; n-C3H7COCH3; 2-pentanone; methyl n-propyl ketone; pentan-2-one; CAS-No.: 107-87-9; PubChem: 7895
H. Ito, Y. Nogata, S. Matsuzaki, A. Kuboyama Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 42, 2453-2458, (1969) Vacuum-ultraviolet Absorption Spectra of Aliphatic Ketones

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J. Chen, D.S. Venables Atmos. Meas. Tech., 4, 425-436, (2011) A broadband optical cavity spectrometer for measuring weak near-ultraviolet absorption spectra of gases

C5H10O; C2H5COC2H5; 3-pentanone; pentan-3-one; diethyl ketone; CAS-No.: 96-22-0
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M.T.B. Romero, M.A. Blitz, D.E. Heard, M.J. Pilling, B. Price, P.W. Seakins, L. Wang Faraday Discuss., 130, 73 - 88, (2005) Photolysis of methylethyl, diethyl and methylvinyl ketones and their role in the atmospheric HOx budget

C5H10O; methyl isopropyl ketone; 3-methyl-2-butanone; 3-methylbutan-2-one; isopropyl methyl ketone; MIPK; CAS-No.: 563-80-4; PubChem: 11251
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C6H12O; methyl n-butyl ketone; 2-hexanone; MBK; hexan-2-one; CAS-No.: 591-78-6; PubChem: 11583
H. Ito, Y. Nogata, S. Matsuzaki, A. Kuboyama Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 42, 2453-2458, (1969) Vacuum-ultraviolet Absorption Spectra of Aliphatic Ketones

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C5H8O2; CH3C(O)C(O)C2H5; 2,3-pentanedione; CAS-No.: 600-14-6
A. W. Jackson, A. J. Yarwood Can. J. Chem., 50 (9), 1331-1337, (1972) Fluorescence and Phosphorescence of 2,3-Pentanedione

E. Szabó, M. Djehiche, M. Riva, C. Fittschen, P. Coddeville, D. Sarzynski, A. Tomas, S. Dóbé J. Phys. Chem. A, 115 (33), 9160-9168, (2011) Atmospheric Chemistry of 2,3-Pentanedione: Photolysis and Reactions with OH Radicals

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C7H14O; di-n-propyl ketone; 4-heptanone; heptan-4-one; CAS-No.: 123-19-3
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C7H14O; ((CH3)2CH)2C(O); 2,4-dimethyl-3-pentanone; diisopropyl ketone; CAS-No.: 565-80-0; PubChem: 11271
H. Ito, Y. Nogata, S. Matsuzaki, A. Kuboyama Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 42, 2453-2458, (1969) Vacuum-ultraviolet Absorption Spectra of Aliphatic Ketones

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C7H14O; 2-heptanone; methyl n-amyl ketone; heptan-2-one; CAS-No.: 110-43-0; PubChem: 8051
H. Ito, Y. Nogata, S. Matsuzaki, A. Kuboyama Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 42, 2453-2458, (1969) Vacuum-ultraviolet Absorption Spectra of Aliphatic Ketones

C6H12O; CH3C(O)CH2CH(CH3)2; 4-methyl-2-pentanone; hexone; methyl isobutyl ketone; 4-methylpentan-2-one; MIK; CAS-No.: 108-10-1
S.F. Marsocci, S. MacKenzie J. Am. Chem. Soc., 81 (17), 4513-4516, (1959) The ultraviolet absorption spectra of certain aryl ketones, principally benzylacetones

H. Ito, Y. Nogata, S. Matsuzaki, A. Kuboyama Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 42, 2453-2458, (1969) Vacuum-ultraviolet Absorption Spectra of Aliphatic Ketones

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C6H12O; methyl s-butyl ketone; 3-methyl-2-pentanone; CAS-No.: 565-61-7; PubChem: 11262
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C6H12O; methyl tert-butyl ketone; 3,3-dimethylbutan-2-one; 3,3-dimethyl-2-butanone; pinacolone; CAS-No.: 75-97-8; PubChem: 6416
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C7H12O; CH3C(O)(CH)2CH(CH3)2; 5-methyl-2-hexanone; MIAK; CAS-No.: 110-12-3
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C2H2O2; CHOCHO; glyoxal; CAS-No.: 107-22-2
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C3H6O2; CH3C(O)CH2OH; acetol; hydroxyacetone; CAS-No.: 116-09-6
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C4H6O; CH3COCHCH2; methyl vinyl ketone; MVK; CAS-No.: 78-94-4
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C5H8O; ethyl vinyl ketone; 1-penten-3-one; CAS-No.: 1629-58-9
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C4H9NO; (CH3)2NC(O)CH3; dimethyl acetamide; DMA; CAS-No.: 127-19-5
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C6H10O; cyclohexanone; cyclohexyl ketone; CAS-No.: 108-94-1; PubChem: 7967
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C6H12O; 3-hexanone; propyl ethyl ketone; hexan-3-one; CAS-No.: 589-38-8; PubChem: 11509
J.F. Brewer, D.K. Papanastasiou, J.B. Burkholder, E.V. Fischer, Y. Ren, A. Mellouki, A.R. Ravishankara J. Geophys. Res. D, Atmospheres, 124 (11), 5906-5918, (2019) Atmospheric Photolysis of Methyl Ethyl, Diethyl, and Propyl Ethyl Ketones: Temperature Dependent UV Absorption Cross Sections

C8H8O; phenylacetaldehyde; phenylethanal; CAS-No.: 122-78-1; PubChem: 998
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C9H8O; trans-cinnamaldehyde; cinnamic aldehyde; trans-3-phenyl-2-propenal; CAS-No.: 104-55-2; CAS-No.: 14371-10-9; PubChem: CID 637511
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C9H10O; beta-phenylpropionaldehyde; 3-phenylpropionaldehyd; CAS-No.: 104-53-0
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C10H10O; benzalacetone; methyl styryl ketone; CAS-No.: 122-57-6; PubChem: 637759
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C10H12O; benzylacetone; 4-phenyl-2-butanone; CAS-No.: 2550-26-7; PubChem: 17355
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C10H12O; gamma-phenylbutyraldehyde; 4-phenylbutanal; 4-phenylbutyraldehyde; CAS-No.: 18328-11-5; PubChem: 29030
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C10H16O; camphor; 1,7,7-trimethylbicyclo[2.2.1]heptan-2-one; 2-bornanone; CAS-No.: 76-22-2; PubChem: 2537
S.F. Marsocci, S. MacKenzie J. Am. Chem. Soc., 81 (17), 4513-4516, (1959) The ultraviolet absorption spectra of certain aryl ketones, principally benzylacetones

C3H4O2; glycidaldehyde; CAS-No.: 765-34-4
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C3H4O2; malondialdehyde; malonaldehyde; propanedial; CAS-No.: 542-78-9; PubChem: CID 10964
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C4H4O2; butenedial; malealdehyde; 2-butenedial; CAS-No.: 2363-83-9
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C4H6O2; biacetyl; butanedione; butane-2,3-dione; diacetyl; CAS-No.: 431-03-8; PubChem: 650
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related data (quantum yield studies; photolysis studies, etc.)
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C4H8O2; methoxyacetone; methoxy-2-propanone; CAS-No.: 5878-19-3; PubChem: 22172
S.F. Marsocci, S. MacKenzie J. Am. Chem. Soc., 81 (17), 4513-4516, (1959) The ultraviolet absorption spectra of certain aryl ketones, principally benzylacetones

C5H6O2; 4-oxo-2-pentenal; CAS-No.: 5729-47-5
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C5H8O2; acetylacetone; 2,4-pentanedione; pentan-2,4-dion; CAS-No.: 123-54-6; PubChem: 31261
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L. Messaadia, G. El Dib, A. Ferhati, A. Chakir Chem. Phys. Lett., 626, 73-79, (2015) UV-visible spectra and gas-phase rate coefficients for the reaction of 2,3-pentanedione and 2,4-pentanedione with OH radicals

C6H12O2; 4-hydroxy-4-methyl-2-pentanone; diacetone alcohol; DAA; CAS-No.: 123-42-2; PubChem: CID 31256
L. Aslan, H. Laversin, P. Coddeville, C. Fittschen, E. Roth, A. Tomas, A. Chakir Atmos. Env., 150, 256-263, (2017) Kinetics of the photolysis and OH reaction of 4-hydroxy-4-methyl-2-pentanone: Atmospheric implications

C6H12O2; 4-hydroxy-3-hexanone; propioin; 4-hydroxyhexan-3-one; CAS-No.: 4984-85-4; PubChem: CID 95609
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C6H12O3; 2-Hexanone,5-hydroperoxy; CAS-No.: 245094-61-5
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C6H12O3; 2-hexanone-4-hydroperoxide/3-hexanone-5-hydroperoxide mixture; CAS-No.: 287473-93-2
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C2H2O; CH2CO; ketene; ethenone; CAS-No.: 463-51-4
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A.H. Laufer, R.A. Keller J. Am. Chem. Soc., 93, 61-63, (1971) Lowest excited states of ketene

related data (quantum yield studies; photolysis studies, etc.)
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C5H4O2; 2-furanaldehyde; furfural; CAS-No.: 98-01-1; PubChem: 7362
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F. Ferreira da Silva, E. Lange, P. Limão-Vieira, N.C. Jones, S.V. Hoffmann, M.-J. Hubin-Franskin, J. Delwiche, M. J. Brunger, R.F.C. Neves, M.C.A. Lopes, E.M. de Oliveira, R.F. da Costa, M.T. do N. Varella, M.H.F. Bettega, F. Blanco, G. García, M.A.P. Lima, D.B. Jones J. Chem. Phys., 143, 144308, (2015) Electronic Excitation of Furfural as probed by High-Resolution Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy, Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy and ab initio Calculations

C5H4O2; 3-furanaldehyde; 3-furaldehyde; CAS-No.: 498-60-2; PubChem: CID 10351
I. Colmenar, S. Gonzales, E. Jimenez, P. Martin, S. Salgado, B. Cabanas, J. Albaladejo Atmos. Env., 103, 1-6, (2015) UV absorption cross sections between 290 and 380 nm of a series of furanaldehydes: Estimation of their photolysis lifetimes

C6H6O2; 5-methyl-2-furanaldehyde; 5-methyl-2-furaldehyde; CAS-No.: 620-02-0; PubChem: CID 12097
I. Colmenar, S. Gonzales, E. Jimenez, P. Martin, S. Salgado, B. Cabanas, J. Albaladejo Atmos. Env., 103, 1-6, (2015) UV absorption cross sections between 290 and 380 nm of a series of furanaldehydes: Estimation of their photolysis lifetimes

C7H6O2; 4-hydroxybenzaldehyde; p-hydroxybenzaldehyde; CAS-No.: 123-08-0; PubChem: CID 126
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C7H6O2; 3-hydroxybenzaldehyde; m-hydroxybenzaldehyde; CAS-No.: 100-83-4; PubChem: CID 101
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C7H6O2; 2-hydroxybenzaldehyde; o-hydroxybenzaldehyde; salicylaldehyde; CAS-No.: 90-02-8; PubChem: CID 6998
J.C. Dearden , W.F. Forbes Can. J. Chem., 37(8), 1294-1304, (1959) Light absorption studies: Part XIV. The ultraviolet absorption spectra of phenols

C9H6O2; coumarin; 2H-chromen-2-one; CAS-No.: 91-64-5; PubChem: 323; for additional coumarin compounds see dyes or cas-list
R.H. Goodwin, B.M. Pollock Archives of Biochem. and Biophys., 49 (1), 1-6, (1954) Ultraviolet absorption spectra of coumarin derivatives

R. H. Abu-Eittah, Bahgat Ali H. El-Tawil Can. J. Chem., 63(6): 1173-1179, (1985) The electronic absorption spectra of some coumarins. A molecular orbital treatment

C9H6O3; umbelliferone; 7-hydroxychromen-2-one; 7-hydroxycoumarin; CAS-No.: 93-35-6; PubChem: 5281426; for additional coumarin compounds see dyes or cas-list
R. H. Abu-Eittah, Bahgat Ali H. El-Tawil Can. J. Chem., 63(6): 1173-1179, (1985) The electronic absorption spectra of some coumarins. A molecular orbital treatment

C9H6O4; esculetin; aesculetin; 6,7-dihydroxy-2-chromenone; 6,7-dihydroxycoumarin; CAS-No.: 305-01-1; PubChem: 5281416; for additional coumarin compounds see dyes or cas-list
R. H. Abu-Eittah, Bahgat Ali H. El-Tawil Can. J. Chem., 63(6): 1173-1179, (1985) The electronic absorption spectra of some coumarins. A molecular orbital treatment

C10H8O4; scopoletin; 7-hydroxy-6-methoxychromen-2-one; CAS-No.: 92-61-5; PubChem: 5280460
R. H. Abu-Eittah, Bahgat Ali H. El-Tawil Can. J. Chem., 63(6): 1173-1179, (1985) The electronic absorption spectra of some coumarins. A molecular orbital treatment

C7H8O2; 2-furylacetone; furfuryl methyl ketone; CAS-No.: 6975-60-6; PubChem: 228583
S.F. Marsocci, S. MacKenzie J. Am. Chem. Soc., 81 (17), 4513-4516, (1959) The ultraviolet absorption spectra of certain aryl ketones, principally benzylacetones

C8H10O2; furfuryl acetone; 4-(2-furyl)butan-2-one; CAS-No.: 699-17-2; PubChem: 12780
S.F. Marsocci, S. MacKenzie J. Am. Chem. Soc., 81 (17), 4513-4516, (1959) The ultraviolet absorption spectra of certain aryl ketones, principally benzylacetones

C10H16O2; pinonaldehyde; CAS-No.: 2704-78-1
M. Hallquist, I. Wängberg, E. Ljungström Env. Sci. Tech., 31 (11), 3166-3172, (1997) Atmospheric Fate of Carbonyl Oxidation Products Originating from alpha-Pinene and DELTA3-Carene: Determination of Rate of Reaction with OH and NO3 Radicals, UV Absorption Cross Sections, and Vapor Pressures

C10H16O2; caronaldehyde; 2-[2,2-dimethyl-3-(2-oxopropyl)cyclopropyl]acetaldehyde; CAS-No.: 26946-56-5; PubChem: CID 10888310
M. Hallquist, I. Wängberg, E. Ljungström Environ. Sci. Technol., 31 (11), 3166-3172, (1997) Atmospheric Fate of Carbonyl Oxidation Products Originating from alpha-Pinene and DELTA3-Carene: Determination of Rate of Reaction with OH and NO3 Radicals, UV Absorption Cross Sections, and Vapor Pressures

C3H4O; cyclopropanone; CAS-No.: 5009-27-8; PubChem: 138404
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C6H12O; 2-methoxy-3-pentanone; CAS-No.: 17042-18-1
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C7H14O; 4-methyl-3-hexanone; 3-hexanone, 4-methyl-; CAS-No.: 17042-16-9; PubChem: CID 86501
L.P.-Y. Lee, B. McAneney, J.E. Guillet Can. J. Chem., 49, 1310-1314, (1971) Photolysis of 4-Methyl 3-Hexanone and 2-Methoxy 3-Pentanone in Hydrocarbon Solution

C9H14O; isophorone; 3,5,5-trimethyl-2-cyclohexene-1-one, CAS-No.: 78-59-1; PubChem: 6544
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C9H18O6; triacetone triperoxide; TATP; acetonperoxid; peroxyacetone; CAS-No.: 17088-37-8; PubChem: CID 4380970
J.K. Cooper, C.D. Grant, J.Z. Zhang J. Phys. Chem. A, 117 (29), 6043-6051, (2013) Experimental and TD-DFT Study of Optical Absorption of Six Explosive Molecules: RDX, HMX, PETN, TNT, TATP, and HMTD

C15H10O; 9-anthraldehyde; 9-anthracenecarbaldehyde; CAS-No.: 642-31-9; PubChem: 69504
R.N. Jones Chem. Rev., 41 (2), 353-371, (1947) The ultraviolet absorption spectra of anthracene derivatives

C15H10O; 9-formylphenanthrene; 9-phenanthraldehyde; 9-phenanthrenaldehyde; CAS-No.: 4707-71-5
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C15H10O; 3-formylphenanthrene; 3-phenanthraldehyde; 3-phenanthrenaldehyde; CAS-No.: 
S. Akiyama, M. Nakagawa, K. Nishimoto Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 44 (4), 1054-1062, (1971) Electronic spectra of phenanthrene derivatives. Effect of substitution

C15H10O; 2-formylphenanthrene; 2-phenanthraldehyde; 2-phenanthrenaldehyde; CAS-No.: 
S. Akiyama, M. Nakagawa, K. Nishimoto Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 44 (4), 1054-1062, (1971) Electronic spectra of phenanthrene derivatives. Effect of substitution