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Volume 4 Issue 6 June 1975 pp 276-289 Spectroscopy
The extensive thermal emission spectrum attributed to the diatomic bromides of calcium, strontium and barium has been observed in the visible region at temperatures about 2200–2400° C, using a vacuum graphite furnace. Many new bands,
Volume 15 Issue 4 October 1980 pp 349-356 Molecular Physics
Thermal emission spectrum of NiBr molecule excited by vacuum graphite tube furnace revealed the existence of ten new band sub-systems in the region λλ 5540-4720 Å which were attributed to
Volume 43 Issue 1 July 1994 pp 73-80
Thermal emission spectrum of MnSe molecule, excited in high temperature graphite furnace, has been photographed in the spectral region λλ4150–5800 Å at a reciprocal linear dispersion of 7.3 Å/mm. The study reveals the presence of two band systems viz.
An estimation of the ground state vibrational frequency for MnTe molecule gives rise to its value as 280 cm−1.
Volume 67 Issue 3 September 2006 pp 519-527 Research Articles
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.
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