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Keywords:

  • H2S dimer;
  • hydrogen bonds;
  • methanol;
  • noncovalent interactions;
  • VUV-IR spectroscopy
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Vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) single-photon ionization coupled with IR spectroscopy serves as a universal probe for investigating jet-cooled molecules and clusters. On p. 905 ff., Y. Matsuda, S. Wategaonkar et al. use VUV ionization-detected-IR predissociation spectroscopy to determine the structure of the hydrogen-bonded H2S homodimer and H2S–MeOH heterodimer in the gas phase.