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A HIGH RESOLUTION LASER SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF ELECTRONIC TRANSITIONS IN METAL DIATOMICS

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Title: A HIGH RESOLUTION LASER SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF ELECTRONIC TRANSITIONS IN METAL DIATOMICS
Creators: Carter, Christopher C.; Cai, Ming-Fang; Dzugan, Thomas P.; Tsay, Shang-Jih; Miller, Terry A.; Bondybey, V. E.
Issue Date: 1989
Abstract: The properties and structure of metal clusters, and in particular, both hetero. nuclear and homonuclear dimers are of great interest and presently poorly known. Using laser vaporization techniques the vibrational structure of several electronic transitions in $Al_{2}$, AlCu, etc. has been $observed.^{1, 2}$ In recent work, we have obtained rotationally resolved spectra for some these electronic transitions. We will present these spectra along with the rotational constants determined from them.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/17960
Other Identifiers: 1989-TD-4
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