High Resolution Spectral Atlas of NO2 Between 559 and 597 nm
The spectral atlas following Chap. 4 consists of the absorption spectrum and the Stark modulation spectrum of NO2, divided into 179 charts, along with the wave-number tables of the observed absorption peaks. The cw dye laser used as a light source had a very narrow spectral width, so that the observed spectra are essentially Doppler-limited. Argon absorption lines were used for wave-number calibration. The spectral interval covered by the measurements is 559–597 nm (16751–17885 cm−1), which is the major part of the tuning range of a Rhodamine 6G dye laser. Each of the 179 sets of traces was recorded in a single scan over a frequency range of ≌ 7 cm−1. The total number of peaks listed in the tables is about 13 300.
KeywordsOrder Number High Resolution Spectral Stark Shift Permanent Dipole Moment Vibronic State
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