THE RESONANCE RAMAN EFFECT IN HALOGEN GASES WITH AGRON ION LASER EXCITATION.

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Title: THE RESONANCE RAMAN EFFECT IN HALOGEN GASES WITH AGRON ION LASER EXCITATION.
Creators: Holzer, W.; Murphy, W. F.; Bernstein, H. J.
Issue Date: 1969
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: Resonance Raman scattering has been observed in $Br_{2}, I_{2}, BrCl, ICl$ and IBr gas, with excitation energy above the convergence limit of the $^{3}\Pi^{+}_{0} \rightarrow ^{1}\Sigma^{+}$ transition of these molecules. The argon ion laser lines use for excitation were those at 5145, 5017, 4965, 4880, and $4765{\AA}$. Overtone sequences up to the 10th harmonic were recorded. The difference between resonance Raman effect and resonance fluorescence (observed with excitation energy below the covergence limit in $Cl_{2}, Br_{2}$ and $I_{2}$) will be discussed in some detail.
Description: Author Institution: Division of Pure Chemistry, National Research Council of Canada
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/15682
Other Identifiers: 1969-D-3
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