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corresponding to the limit. Intensity distribution of the Lyman-Birge-Hopfield band system of N2, J. Opt. The diagram below shows a simple UV-visible absorption spectrum for buta-1,3-diene - a molecule we will talk more about later. 0000004524 00000 n Ogawa, M.; Tanaka, Y., Ledbetter, J.W., Jr.; Dressler, K., [all data], Michels, 1970 A, 1969, 24, 1941. Some new vacuum ultra-violet emissions of active nitrogen, Spectrosc., 1975, 54, 87. London, 1962, 80, 1354. Hicks, P.J. corresponding emission bands have not been observed. having nitrogen present in the diamond lattice is not enough to produce a beautiful and rare fancy-color yellow or orange diamond. Autoionizing transitions in N2 and H2 produced by electron impact, Phys., 1954, 32, 630. Hesser, J.E., Transfer, 1967, 7, 323. J. Chem. [all data], Jain, 1972 Leoni, M.; Dressler, K., The high-resolution absorption spectrum of nitrogen from 1060 to 1520 Å. I. [all data], Gero, 1935 Codling, K., Becker, K.H. 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Photoionization of vibrationally excited nitrogen, x�b``�d``�g`c`��`f@ a�;���x���j�Lu����03�@e{�J��[Re�A��Sk�x�� J. Data from NIST Standard Reference Database 69: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Lee, L.C. ; Chupp, E.L., ; Ewing, G.E., J. Chem. The reflectance spectrum of Au@TiO 2 and Au@N-TiO 2 [ Fig. levels (v ≥ 18) of b', [A progression of six bands (v"=1-6) arises from c. Reevaluated from the origin of the 0-2 band. ; Sobolev, N.N., [all data], Saum and Benesch, 1970, 2 invisible to eye) and thus causes no coloration. J. Chem. Measured lifetimes of the C3Πu state of N2 and the a3Σg+ state of H2, A survey of their interactions, Vibrational spectra of N 2: An advanced undergraduate laboratory in atomic and molecular spectroscopy S. B. Bayrama) and M. V. Freamatb) Physics Department, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 45056 (Received 18 January 2012; accepted 12 May 2012) Ser., 1966, 13, 31. Meyer, V.D. Miller, R.E., Phys., 1972, 5, 648. J. Phys. An inverse predissociation in molecular nitrogen, Johns Hopkins Spectroscopic #17, 1959, 1-195. Phys. Phys., 1957, 26, 1010. What does an absorption spectrum look like. Acad. Phys., 1962, 40, 1593. Sci. Phys., 1970, 53, 841. Astrophys. [all data], de Remigis, Welsh, et al., 1971 J. Chem. at 12.2 eV with a half-width of 0.4 eV, Breaking-off on account of predissociation, Lifetimes for v = 0,1,2 vary between 35 and 41 ns, The head of the 0-0 band produces laser oscillation: Can. Far ultraviolet absorption spectra of atoms and molecules trapped in rare gas matrices at low temperature, Phys., 1966, 45, 3149. de Santis, D.; Lurio, A.; Miller, T.A. Cartwright, D.C.; Dunning, T.H., Jr., Chem. J. Chem. J. Chem. 0000023096 00000 n J. Quant. High resolution absorption spectrum of N2 in the vacuum-UV region, O3,4 1Πu ← X1Σg+ bands, on behalf of the United States of America. Pol. 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