Faraday rotation of a A 1∑+u–X 1∑+g transition in 6Li2

Jeng, W. H.; Xie, X.; Gold, L. P.; Bernheim, R. A.
August 1990
Journal of Chemical Physics;8/15/1990, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p2957
Academic Journal
Presents a study that observed the Faraday rotation of a A 1∑+u–X 1∑+g transition in lithium. Uses of the Faraday effect; Results of the spectroscopic studies of the alkali dimers; Direct measurement of the spin-orbit perturbation in lithium.


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