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DETERMINATION OF THE LONG RANGE POTENTIAL AND DISSOCIATION ENERGY OF THE $Na_{2} 1^{3}\Delta_{g}$ STATE. $B\Pi$.

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Title: DETERMINATION OF THE LONG RANGE POTENTIAL AND DISSOCIATION ENERGY OF THE $Na_{2} 1^{3}\Delta_{g}$ STATE. $B\Pi$.
Creators: Tsai, C. C.; Li, Li; Whang, Thou-Jen; Wang, H.; Lyyra, A. M.; Bahns, J. T.; Stwalley, W. C.
Issue Date: 1994
Abstract: Extensive studies on the $NA_{2}\ 1^{3} \Delta_{g}$ state from $v = 0$ up to $v = 94$ by perturbation Facilitated Optical-Optical Double Resonance spectroscopy with an Ultrasensitive Ion $Detector^{1}$ has allowed the accurate determination of the long range potential and the dissociation energy. This gives an improved value of Do as $7096.56 \pm 0.03 cm^{-1}$. Such high resolution spectroscopy also reveals the hyperfine structures at various rotational quantum numbers ranging from $N = 2$ to $N = 51$.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/12987
Other Identifiers: 1994-FA-10
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