• Laser-induced breakdown spectra of Zn2 molecule in the violet region

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      Laser-induced breakdown spectra; spectra of diatomic molecule; molecular spectra; Zn2 spectra

    • Abstract


      Laser-induced breakdown spectrum has been recorded in the region of 380–455 nm using second harmonics of Nd:YAG laser, computer-controlled TRIAX 320 M monochromator with a reciprocal linear dispersion 2.64 nm/mm fitted with ICCD detector. The spectrum consists of 108 bands, which are classified into four new subsystems E0u+ (1Σu+) → A1g(3Πg), J0g±\1g(3Σg+) → D1u(1Πu), F1u → A0g±(3Πg) and F1u → A2g(3Πg) along with additional bands of the known system E0u+(1Σu+) → A0g±(3Πg). The molecular constants for these systems have also been determined.

    • Author Affiliations


      Subhash C Singh1 K S Ojha1 R Gopal1

      1. Laser & Spectroscopy Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Allahabad, Allahabad - 211 002, India
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  • Pramana – Journal of Physics | News

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