A MOLECULAR BEAM STUDY OF IRIDIUM MONOCARBIDE.

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Title: A MOLECULAR BEAM STUDY OF IRIDIUM MONOCARBIDE.
Creators: Li, B.- Z.; Steimle, T. C.; Marr, Andrew J.
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: A molecular beam optical and molecular beam optical/Stark spectroscopic study of $(0,0) D^{2}\Phi_{7/2} - X^{2}\Delta_{5/2}$ band system of iridium monocarbide, IrC, has been performed. A "cold" beam of IrC was produced in by skimming the products of a laser ablation/$CH_{4}$ reaction source. The $^{191}Ir(I=3/2)$ and $^{193}Ir(I=3/2)$ magnetic hyperfine splitting were analyzed and compared with plausible molecular orbital diagrams. A comparison with the previous with the previous high temperature, Doppler limited $results^{1}$ will be given. Progress on the analysis of the optical Stark spectrum will be reported.
Description: 1. K. Jansson and R. Scullman, J. Molecular Spectrosc. 36, 248 (1970).
Author Institution: Arizona State University Tempe, AZ 85287-1604
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/29701
Other Identifiers: 1995-RK-01
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