High resolution laser spectroscopy of the Cs[sub 2] C [sup 1]pi[sub u] state: Perturbation and

Kasahara, Shunji; Hasui, Yasushi
March 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;3/22/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 12, p4869
Academic Journal
Measures the high resolution spectra of the Cs[sub 2] [sup 1]II[sub mu] state by the technique of Doppler-free optical-optical double resonance polarization spectroscopy. Perturbations observed in several levels; Observation of transitions to the perturbing levels; Identification of the origins of the energy shifts.


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