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AMMONIA VIBRATIONAL BANDS BETWEEN $6500 CM^{-1}$ AND $12000 CM^{-1}$: ROTATIONAL ASSIGNMENT BASED ON MICROWAVE-OPTICAL DOUBLE RESONANCE

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Title: AMMONIA VIBRATIONAL BANDS BETWEEN $6500 CM^{-1}$ AND $12000 CM^{-1}$: ROTATIONAL ASSIGNMENT BASED ON MICROWAVE-OPTICAL DOUBLE RESONANCE
Creators: Coy, Stephen L.; Lehmann, K. K.
Issue Date: 1986
Abstract: The microwave-detected microwave-optical double resonance method has been extended into the IR as far as $6500 cm^{-1}$ by double Raman-shifting the pulsed dye laser source. Ammonia bands now being analysed include the region of 2 quanta of the N-H stretch at $6700 cm^{-1}$, and other bands at $9200 cm^{-1}, 10200 cm^{-1}, 10800 cm^{-1}, and 11200 cm^{-1}$. The analyses are based on high-resolution absorption spectra at dry-ice and room temperture provided by Don Ramsey and Bill Neal of the Herzberg Institute, and well as the double resonance data. Current results will be discussed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/17022
Other Identifiers: 1986-RG-12
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