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Two-photon absorption spectroscopy of mass-selected ions: N2O+ and CS2+

Author
DANIS, P. O1 ; WYTTENBACH, T; MAIER, J. P
[1] Univ. Basel, inst. physikalische chemie, Basel 4056, Switzerland
Source

The Journal of chemical physics. 1988, Vol 88, Num 6, pp 3451-3455 ; ref : 31 ref

CODEN
JCPSA6
ISSN
0021-9606
Scientific domain
Atomic molecular physics; Condensed state physics; Polymers, paint and wood industries
Publisher
American Institute of Physics, Woodbury, NY
Publication country
United States
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Cation minéral Composé minéral Etat gazeux Etude expérimentale Excitation échelonnée Molécule triatomique Prédissociation Spectre absorption Spectre visible Transition 2 photons Transition vibronique Azote protoxyde cation Carbone disulfure cation
Keyword (en)
Inorganic cation Inorganic compound Gaseous state Experimental study Stepwise excitation Triatomic molecule Predissociation Absorption spectrum Visible spectrum Two photon transition Vibronic transition
Keyword (es)
Catión inorgánico Compuesto inorgánico Estado gaseoso Estudio experimental Excitación escalonada Molécula triatómica Predisociación Espectro de absorción Espectro visible Transición 2 fotones Transición vibrónica
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001B Physics / 001B30 Atomic and molecular physics / 001B30C Molecular properties and interactions with photons / 001B30C80 Photon interactions with molecules

Discipline
Atomic and molecular physics
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
7079686

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