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OH spectroscopy with frequency-doubled dye laser radiation

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Abstract

Discusses the excitation of the OH radical by UV radiation for the determination of the hyperfine structure of the excited states. The 307 nm UV light is obtained by doubling the frequency (in double-refraction crystals) of a tunable dye laser. Details of the laser set-up are given. The method is suitable for application to other high-resolution molecular spectroscopy experiments in the area between 200 and 400 nm. Further extensions can be expected with ring compound dyes and external doubling of the frequency.
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Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1979
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
AIX-10-471364; EDB-79-126591
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Ned. Tijdschr. Natuurkd., A; (Netherlands); Journal Volume: 45:1
Subject:
74 ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS; HYDROXYL RADICALS; HYPERFINE STRUCTURE; EXCITATION; EXCITED STATES; LASER RADIATION; SPECTROSCOPY; ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION; ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION; ENERGY LEVELS; ENERGY-LEVEL TRANSITIONS; RADIATIONS; RADICALS; 640304* - Atomic, Molecular & Chemical Physics- Collision Phenomena
OSTI ID:
5878209
Country of Origin:
Netherlands
Language:
Dutch
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Journal ID: CODEN: NTNAD
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INIS
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Pages: 8-12
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ter Meulen, J J. OH spectroscopy with frequency-doubled dye laser radiation. Netherlands: N. p., 1979. Web.
ter Meulen, J J. OH spectroscopy with frequency-doubled dye laser radiation. Netherlands.
ter Meulen, J J. 1979. "OH spectroscopy with frequency-doubled dye laser radiation." Netherlands.
@misc{etde_5878209,
title = {OH spectroscopy with frequency-doubled dye laser radiation}
author = {ter Meulen, J J}
abstractNote = {Discusses the excitation of the OH radical by UV radiation for the determination of the hyperfine structure of the excited states. The 307 nm UV light is obtained by doubling the frequency (in double-refraction crystals) of a tunable dye laser. Details of the laser set-up are given. The method is suitable for application to other high-resolution molecular spectroscopy experiments in the area between 200 and 400 nm. Further extensions can be expected with ring compound dyes and external doubling of the frequency.}
journal = {Ned. Tijdschr. Natuurkd., A; (Netherlands)}
volume = {45:1}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Netherlands}
year = {1979}
month = {Jan}
}