THE ZEEMAN EFFECT OF SOME WEAK ELECTRONIC TRANSITIONS OF POLYATOMIC MOLECULES

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Title: THE ZEEMAN EFFECT OF SOME WEAK ELECTRONIC TRANSITIONS OF POLYATOMIC MOLECULES
Creators: Milton, E. R. V.; Douglas, A. E.
Issue Date: 1963
Publisher: Ohio State University
Abstract: “Apparatus has been constructed which allow a two-meter multiple-reflection absorption cell to be operated in a magnetic field up to 1000 oersted. With this apparatus and a large Ebert spectrograph, the Zeeman effects of a number of weak absorption bands have been examined. The near ultraviolet absorption bands of $CS_{2}$ have been studied in considerable detail, and here it hits been found that the rotational lines of the hands arising from low-lying vibrational levels are considerably broadened by the magnetic field. “
Description: Author Institution: Division of Pure Physics, National Research Council
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/8274
Other Identifiers: 1963-L-9
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