GAS PHASE STUDIES OF METAL CLUSTERS NEAR $77^{\circ} K$

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Title: GAS PHASE STUDIES OF METAL CLUSTERS NEAR $77^{\circ} K$
Creators: Bondybey, V. E.; English, J. H.
Issue Date: 1981
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: A variety of metal clusters and other refractory molecules have been studied by laser induced fluorescence. The material to be studied vaporized by a pulsed YAG laser. The resulting plume is diluted by a flowing inert gas stream cooled by liquid $N_{2}$, and the cluster molecules formed are interrogated few cm down stream by suitably delayed pulses of a tunable dye laser. The laser induced fluorescence studies provide useful new information about the spectra and dynamics of a variety of molecular clusters, including $Pb_{2}, Bi_{2}, Cu_{2}$ and other species.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/11676
Other Identifiers: 1981-TC-13
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