# Fourier-transform spectroscopy of (4)1Î£+ â†’ A 1Î£+ - b 3Î , A 1Î£+ - b 3Î â†’ X1Î£+, and (1)3Î”1â†’b3Î 0Â± transitions in KCs and deperturbation treatment of A 1Î£+ and b 3Î states

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