In database:
525-6500 cm-1
160-215 nm
Propylene (C3H6)
Molecular weight 42.06 amu
Freezing point -85.2 C
Boiling point -47.7 C

Infrared cross-sections from PNNL
FTIR infrared cross-sections from 525 to 6500 cm-1
Data available at 5 C, 25 C, and 50 C
Spectra is composite of on the order of 10 different pressures,backfilled with nitrogen to 760 T.
Images of PNNL data in wavenumbers
Images of PNNL data in microns

UV cross-sections
Please see The MPI-Mainz UV/VIS Spectral Atlas
Image of temperature dependent UV data from 160 to 200 nm

Additional references
Temperature Dependent Ultraviolet Absorption Cross Sections of Propylene, Methylacetylene, and Vinylacetylene; A. Fahr and A. Nayak; Chem.Phys. 203:351-358 (1996).
Figure 1 showing data from 160-200 nm

The Millimeter-Wave and Submillimeter-Wave Spectrum of Propylene (CH3CHCH2); J.C. Pearson et al.; J.Mol.Spec. 166:120-129 (1994).

Notes c3h6
n1 3091 cm-1 (a') CH2 asymmetric stretch
n2 3015 cm-1 (a') CH stretch
n3 2991 cm-1 (a') CH2 symmetric stretch
n4 2973 cm-1 (a') CH3 asymmetric stretch
n5 2931 cm-1 (a') CH3 symmetric stretch
n6 1653 cm-1 (a') C=C stretch
n7 1459 cm-1 (a') CH3 asymmetric deform
n8 1420 cm-1 (a') CH2 scissor
n9 1378 cm-1 (a') CH3 symmetric deform
n10 1298 cm-1 (a') CCH bend
n11 1174 cm-1 (a') C-C stretch
n12 935 cm-1 (a') CH2 rock
n13 919 cm-1 (a') CH3 rock
n14 428 cm-1 (a') CCC deform
n15 2953 cm-1 (a") CH3 asymmetric stretch
n16 1442 cm-1 (a") CH3 asymmetric deform
n17 1045 cm-1 (a") CH3 rock
n18 990 cm-1 (a") CH wag
n19 912 cm-1 (a") CH2 wag
n20 575 cm-1 (a") CH2 twist
n21 188 cm-1 (a") CH3 torsion

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