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Laser Induced Fluorescence of Hno and Dno Ā4a" - X1a' in a Supersonic Free Jet

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The SRVL fluorescence lifetimes and fluorescence excitation spectra of the HNO A1A"-X1A' transition were measured in a supersonic free jet. The cooling of a rotational temperature in the jet made it possible to clear up the parity-selected perturbations in the asymmetric rotor under higher resolution condition. The fluorescence lifetimes of strongly perturbed levels, i.e. HNO A1A" 011 rovibronic levels were observed with dual exponential decay profiles, while non-perturbed levels exhibited single ones. The SRVL fluorescence lifetimes and fluorescence excitation spectra of DNO A1"-X1A' were measured under the same condition as HNO. The rotational analysis of the DNO A1A" 011 rovibronic levels was first carried out in the jet.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry Tokyo Institute of Technology 2-12-1, Ohokayama, Meguroku Tokyo, Japan, 152


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