GABRIELE CAZZOLI, CRISTINA PUZZARINI, Dipartimento di Chimica ``G. Ciamician'', Università di Bologna, I-40126 Bologna, Italy.
Measurements of the rotational spectrum of H233S, detected in natural abundance, were performed in the 200 GHz - 1.072 THz frequency range. The Lamb-dip technique was employed to exploit sub-doppler resolution and thus to resolve the hyperfine structure of the rotational lines. The retrieved transition frequency values allowed us to revise the 33S spin-rotation tensor as well as to improve the 33S quadrupole-coupling and centrifugal-distortion constants.
Furthermore, the rotational spectrum of the main isotopopologue was investigated in the THz frequency regime. The Lamb-dip technique was employed as well in order to obtain sub-doppler resolution in this frequency region and thus to provide transition frequency values at 1 THz with an accuracy of 1 kHz.