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Article: The application of a VUV Fourier transform spectrometer and synchrotron radiation source to measurements of: I. the β(9,0) band of NO

TitleThe application of a VUV Fourier transform spectrometer and synchrotron radiation source to measurements of: I. the β(9,0) band of NO
Authors
KeywordsPhysics chemistry
Issue Date1998
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics. The Journal's web site is located at http://jcp.aip.org/jcp/staff.jsp
Citation
Journal Of Chemical Physics, 1998, v. 109 n. 5, p. 1751-1757 How to Cite?
AbstractState-of-the-art models of the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) absorbing properties of the atmosphere call for absorption cross sections with detail on the scale of the Doppler widths. As a consequence, spectroscopic data at resolving powers of the order of 10 6 are needed. To meet these requirements in the vacuum ultraviolet region, we have used the VUV Fourier transform spectrometer from Imperial College, London, at the synchrotron radiation facility at Photon Factory, KEK, Japan, to measure photoabsorption cross sections of NO from 195 to 160 nm, and of O 2 from 185 to 175 nm. The analysis of the β(9,0) band (B 2Π r-X 2Π r) of NO provides accurate rotational line positions and term values. Molecular constants of the B(9) 2Π level are T 0=54205.097±0.012cm -1, A=45.320±0.021cm -1, B υ=1.01672±0.00016cm -1, D υ=(10.61±0.32)×10 -6cm -1, and A D=0.00122±0.00011cm -1. The rotational line strengths and the branching ratios are also presented. The band oscillator strength is obtained as f=2.65×10 -4. © 1998 American Institute of Physics.
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dc.description.abstractState-of-the-art models of the vacuum ultraviolet (VUV) absorbing properties of the atmosphere call for absorption cross sections with detail on the scale of the Doppler widths. As a consequence, spectroscopic data at resolving powers of the order of 10 6 are needed. To meet these requirements in the vacuum ultraviolet region, we have used the VUV Fourier transform spectrometer from Imperial College, London, at the synchrotron radiation facility at Photon Factory, KEK, Japan, to measure photoabsorption cross sections of NO from 195 to 160 nm, and of O 2 from 185 to 175 nm. The analysis of the β(9,0) band (B 2Π r-X 2Π r) of NO provides accurate rotational line positions and term values. Molecular constants of the B(9) 2Π level are T 0=54205.097±0.012cm -1, A=45.320±0.021cm -1, B υ=1.01672±0.00016cm -1, D υ=(10.61±0.32)×10 -6cm -1, and A D=0.00122±0.00011cm -1. The rotational line strengths and the branching ratios are also presented. The band oscillator strength is obtained as f=2.65×10 -4. © 1998 American Institute of Physics.en_HK
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