# ERGODIC BEHAVIOR AND THE ANOMALOUS CONTINUM FLUORESCENCE OF SMALL MOLECULES

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 Title: ERGODIC BEHAVIOR AND THE ANOMALOUS CONTINUM FLUORESCENCE OF SMALL MOLECULES Creators: Hardwick, J. L. Issue Date: 1985 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: The anomalous continuum fluorescence and absorption spectra of $NO_{2}$ is interpreted as resulting from the coupling between the excited electronic states and high-lying levels of the ground electronic state which are ergodic in nature. This behavior is intimately related to the anomalous lifetime lengthening (the Douglas effect), and is proposed to account for similar anomalous continua in $CS_{2}$ and $SO_{2}$. Description: Author Institution: Radiation Laboratory, University of Notre Dame URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/12183 Other Identifiers: 1985-RG-10