Hyperfine structures of the 7Li2 b3Πu, 23Πg, and 33Πg states: Continuous wave perturbation facilitated optical–optical double resonance spectroscopy

Li, Li; Yiannopoulou, A.; Urbanski, K.; Lyyra, A. M.; Ji, B.; Stwalley, W. C.; An, T.
October 1996
Journal of Chemical Physics;10/15/1996, Vol. 105 Issue 15, p6192
Academic Journal
The hyperfine structure of the b 3Πu, 2 3Πg, and 3 3Πg states of 7Li2 has been studied by continuous wave perturbation facilitated optical–optical double resonance fluorescence excitation spectroscopy. The b 3Πu state has case bβJ coupling scheme. The hyperfine splittings of the two perturbed b 3Πu v=19, N=10, J=11e, s, F1 and v=19, N=5, J=4e, a, F3 levels were resolved and hyperfine constants determined to be +9.90 MHz and -20.94 MHz, respectively. Fermi contact is the main source of the hyperfine interaction and bF(b 3Πu)=+107 MHz has been obtained. The coupling schemes of different 2 3Πg levels are different: N=4, 6 levels observed from the b 3Πu v′=19, N′=5, J′=4e, a, F3 intermediate level and the N=10 levels observed via the b 3Πu v′=19, N′=10, J′=11e, s, F1 intermediate level have case bβJ coupling; the N=5 levels observed via the b 3Πu v′=19, N′=5, J′=4e, a, F3 intermediate level and the N=9, 11 levels observed from the b 3Πu v′=19, N′=10, J′=11e, s, F1 intermediate level are closer to case bβS coupling. Hyperfine constants have been calculated and the Fermi contact constant, bF(2 3Πg)=60 MHz is obtained. The 3 3Πg state is a Rydberg state and has case bβS coupling with bF(3 3Πg)≊100 MHz. © 1996 American Institute of Physics.


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