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STUDY OF THE ZEEMAN EFFECT IN THE [17.6]7.5 ¨« X18.5 TRANSITION IN HOLMIUM MONOXIDE (HoO)

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Title: STUDY OF THE ZEEMAN EFFECT IN THE [17.6]7.5 ¨« X18.5 TRANSITION IN HOLMIUM MONOXIDE (HoO)
Creators: Linton, Colan; Wang, Hailing; Steimle, Timothy C.
Issue Date: 2010
Abstract: The diatomic oxides of the lanthanides and actinides have many low-lying electronic states due to the presence of open f and d orbitals on the metal. The magnetic and electric tuning of the fine structure is an effective means of identifying the dominant configuration of a particular electronic state and of testing theoretical predictions of the configurational composition of the eigenfunctions. Here we report on the first high-resolution molecular beam measurements of the Zeeman effect in electronic transitions of holmium monoxide, HoO. Several branch features in the previously detected [17.6]($\Omega$ = 7.5) - X$_{1}$($\Omega$ = 8.5) electronic transition were recorded at near natural linewidth limit (FWHM 35MHz) field free and in the presence of a tunable static magnetic field. The Zeeman splittings and shifts were used to extract values for the magnitudes of the magnetic g-factors respectively of the two electronic states. These are compared with theoretical predictions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/46117
Other Identifiers: 2010-TF-07
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