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Dimer features in the translational depolarized Raman spectra of molecular hydrogen pairs

Author
BROWN, M. S1 ; FROMMHOLD, L
[1] Univ. Texas, physics dep., Austin TX 78712-1081, United States
Source

Chemical physics letters. 1986, Vol 127, Num 3, pp 197-199 ; ref : 14 ref

CODEN
CHPLBC
ISSN
0009-2614
Scientific domain
General chemistry, physical chemistry; Atomic molecular physics; Condensed state physics
Publisher
Elsevier Science, Amsterdam
Publication country
Netherlands
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Composé minéral Dimère Dépolarisation rayonnement Etat gazeux Etude expérimentale Hydrogène Molécule Molécule petite Molécule van der Waals Profil raie spectrale Spectre Raman Spectre translationnel Orthohydrogène Parahydrogène
Keyword (en)
Inorganic compound Dimer Radiation depolarization Gaseous state Experimental study Hydrogen Molecules Small molecule Van der Waals molecule Spectral line profile Raman spectrum Translational spectrum
Keyword (es)
Compuesto mineral Dimero Despolarización rayo Estado gaseoso Estudio experimental Hidrógeno Molécula pequeña Molécula van der Waals Perfil raya espectral Espectro Raman Espectro translacional
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001B Physics / 001B30 Atomic and molecular physics / 001B30C Molecular properties and interactions with photons / 001B30C20 Molecular spectra / 001B30C20F Raman and rayleigh spectra (including optical scattering)

Discipline
Atomic and molecular physics
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
8093926

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