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INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY IN AN $N_{2}/H_{2}$/He DISCHARGE: 3) OBSERVATION OF THE $v_{2}+v_{3}\leftarrow v_{2}$ BAND OF $NH_{3}^{+}$.

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Title: INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY IN AN $N_{2}/H_{2}$/He DISCHARGE: 3) OBSERVATION OF THE $v_{2}+v_{3}\leftarrow v_{2}$ BAND OF $NH_{3}^{+}$.
Creators: Huet, T. R.; Kabbadj, Y.; Gabrys, C. M.
Issue Date: 1992
Abstract: A difference frequency laser spectrometer along with velocity modulation detection was used to record the spectrum, between 3500 and $2900 cm^{-1}$, of an AC glow discharge with a gas mixture of $N_{2}/H_{2}$/He. Although the gas mixture was choosen to optimize the $NH_{2}^{+}$ signals, several ammonia cation lines are also present in the spectrum. Our observation of the $v_{2}+v_{3}\leftarrow v_{2}$ band is to be added to the previous studies of the $v_{3}\leftarrow 0$ and $v_{2}\leftarrow 0$ $bands ^{1-2}$ of $NH_{3}^{+}$. The results of our analysis will be presented. Our attempt to identify the $v_{3}+v_{4}\leftarrow v_{4}$ band will also be reported.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/12700
Other Identifiers: 1992-MF-12
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