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RESONANCE FLUORESCENCE OF FORMALDEHYDE EXCITED AT 337.5 nm

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Title: RESONANCE FLUORESCENCE OF FORMALDEHYDE EXCITED AT 337.5 nm
Creators: Hardwick, J. L.; Ramsay, D. A.; Till, S. M.
Issue Date: 1978
Abstract: The 337.5 nm line of the $Kr^{+}$ laser has been used to excite a single rovibronic transition of the $\widetilde{A}{^{1}}A_{2}-\widetilde{X}{^{1}}A_{1}$ system of formaldehyde. Rotational structure has been resolved in fluorescence to the ground electronic state. The fluorescence forms vibrational progressions in the carbonyl stretch $(\nu_{2}^{^{\prime\prime}})$ the Symmetric in plane bend $(\nu_{3}^{^{\prime\prime}})$ and twice the out of plane bend $(2\nu_{4}^{^{\prime\prime}})$ extending over $10,000\, cm^{-1}$ to the red of the exciting line.""
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/10563
Other Identifiers: 1978-Sigma-04
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