Measurement of the Stark effect in the Omega = 0[sup +] - X [sup 1]Sigma[sup +] transition of YbO

Steimle, Timothy C.; Goodridge, Damian M.; Linton, Colan
September 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;9/1/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 9, p3723
Academic Journal
Provides an overview on the measurement of the Stark effect using the technique of high resolution laser induced fluorescence spectroscopy. Benefits of advances in supersonic molecular beam production; Differing predictions for the energy ordering and the nature of the low-lying electronic states.


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