Stark effect measurement in dysprosium monoxide: Dipole moments of the [17.1]7 and X8 states

Linton, C.; Simard, B.
February 1992
Journal of Chemical Physics;2/1/1992, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p1698
Academic Journal
The permanent electric dipole moment of 164DyO in its [17.1]7 and X8 electronic states has been determined in a pulsed molecular beam apparatus by measuring the Stark shifts on the Q(8) and P(8) lines of the (0,1) band of the [17.1]7-X8 system. Electric fields varying up to 14 kV/cm have been employed and the resulting Stark multiplets, containing up to 30 components, have been assigned and analyzed. The magnitudes of the dipole moments have been determined to be μ([17.1]7)=5.007(26) D and μ(X8)=4.507(26) D.


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