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High resolution Raman spectroscopy of gases a) Rotation-vibrational spectra of C by Hans Fast

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Gases -- Analysis,
  • Gases -- Spectra,
  • Physics Theses

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Thesis (Ph.D.), Dept. of Physics, University of Toronto

ContributionsWelsh, H. L. (supervisor)
The Physical Object
Pagination111 p.
Number of Pages111
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19696339M

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JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY 10, () High-Resolution Raman Spectroscopy of Gases Part XVI. The v3 Raman Band of Methane J. HERRANZ* AND B. P. STOICIIEFF Division of Pure Physics, National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada The rotational structure of the v3 Raman band of CH, has been investigated at high hemendepo.com by: Abstract - Recent results on high-resolution nonlinear rotation-vibrational Raman spectra of gases are described. INTRODUCTION In the last 10 years the resolution in rotation-vibrational Raman spectroscopy of gases has been increased by about two orders of magnitude through the application of the nonlinear techniques which are based on the. Raman spectra can be acquired from nearly all samples which contain true molecular bonding. This means that solids, powders, slurries, liquids, gels and gases can be analysed using Raman spectroscopy. However, in general metals and alloys cannot be analysed using Raman. The use of high-power, narrow-band lasers has significantly improved the resolving power and sensitivity of inverse Raman spectroscopy of gases. In this paper we shall describe this technique, illustrate its capabilities by showing some Q-branch spectra of heavy spherical tops, and survey some.