The rotationally-resolved oxygen afterglow, 373-474 nm

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Abstract

Microdensitometer traces of the oxygen-argon afterglow spectrum obtained by Degen et al. (1968, Identification Atlas of Molecular Spectra, 6. The O2A3Σu+-X3Σg-Herzberg I system. York University, Toronto, Canada) are presented. They show rotationally-resolved bands of the A3Σu+-X3Σg-, A′3Δu-a1Δg, and c1Σu--X3Σg-systems, in the 373-474 nm region. Relative populations of and O(1S) in O2, He/O2, and Ar/O2afterglows are discussed. © 1986.

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Slanger, T. G., & Degen, V. (1986). The rotationally-resolved oxygen afterglow, 373-474 nm. Planetary and Space Science, 34(10), 971–977. https://doi.org/10.1016/0032-0633(86)90006-1

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