Sideband optical--optical double resonance Zeeman spectroscopy. II. Studies of NiH, PdD, and PtH

McCarthy, Michael C.; Kanamori, Hideto; Steimle, Timothy C.; Li, Mingguang; Field, Robert W.
September 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;9/15/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p4179
Academic Journal
Applies the sideband optical-optical double resonance Zeeman effect spectroscopy to study transition metal hydrides. Resolution of the extremely small ground state photon hyperfine splittings; Record of the sub-dopper spectra; Deviation of the g values in each state from the nominal Hund's coupling case.


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