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    Title: Absorption spectrum of the P(5) transition of the first overtone band of HD
    Authors: Lin T;Chou CC;Lwo DJ;Shy JT
    教師: 施宙聰
    Date: 2000
    Publisher: American Physical Society
    Relation: PHYSICAL REVIEW A, American Physical Society, Volume 61, Issue 6, JUN 2000
    Keywords: ROTATION-VIBRATION SPECTRUM
    INTENSITY MEASUREMENTS
    ROOM-TEMPERATURE
    MOLECULE
    SPECTROSCOPY
    STRENGTHS
    FREQUENCY
    ACETYLENE
    Abstract: The P(5) 2-0 overtone transition of the ground electronic state of an HD molecule was studied by a modified-difference spectroscopic method, and its line center was determined with the help of precisely measured C2H2 transition frequencies. The center was measured to be 6576.896 cm(-1) with an accuracy better than 0.01 cm(-1), which is consistent with the theoretical calculation.
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