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Title: NOVEL APPLICATIONS OF A SHAPE SENSITIVE DETECTOR 2: UV-MW RESONANCE
Creators: Shirar, Amanda J.; Hotopp, Kelly M.; Karunatilaka, Chandana; Storck, Giana L.; Dian, Brian C.
Issue Date: 2008
Abstract: We demonstrate the capability of using chirped pulsed Fourier transform microwave spectrometer (CP-FTMW) with UV double-resonance techniques. The application of this technique greatly simplifies the rotational spectrum, facilitating the simple assignment of the rotationally resolved electronic spectra of several compounds of interest. A Sirah dye laser pumped by a ND:YAG laser generated a variable laser beam which was then transferred to the UV region using a doubling crystal. Prior knowledge of $\Delta$J assignments from the rotational spectrum allowed for the straightforward monitoring of the intensity of specific rotational lines in the ground state spectrum as we scanned the UV laser beam. UV-MW double resonance was seen for many of the $\Delta$J1$\rightarrow$2, 2$\rightarrow$3, and 3$\rightarrow$4 rotational transitions of Aniline and Phenylacetylene. The application of this technique to other molecular systems and processes will also be discussed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/33474
Other Identifiers: 2008-RA-02
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