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LIFETIMES, MAGNETIC MOMENTS AND SPIN SPLITTINGS OF HIGH ROVIBRATIONAL LEVELS OF R STATE $CS_{2}$

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Title: LIFETIMES, MAGNETIC MOMENTS AND SPIN SPLITTINGS OF HIGH ROVIBRATIONAL LEVELS OF R STATE $CS_{2}$
Creators: Silvers, S. J.
Issue Date: 1993
Abstract: Previsouly unassigned bands in the 3300 to 3450 A region of the $CS_{2}$ absorption spectrum have recently been shown to be part of the R system whose upper state is the $^{evs}B_{2}$ spin component of a $^{3}A_{2}$ state. This work systematically investigates lifetimes and magnetic moments of the high lying R state rovibrational levels excited by radiation in this region. These levels become progressively more perturbed as the $T{^{1}}A_{2}, V{^{1}}B_{2}$ and other background states are approached. From g values, which range from 0.009 to 0.037, zero-field spin splittings been R state spin components can be estimated at 24 to $100 cm^{-1}$. It is surprising that R state lifetimes less than $1 \mu s$ are observed since V state levels, from which R borrows oscillator strength, have lifetimes in the $2 \mu s$ range.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/18460
Other Identifiers: 1993-MF-13
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