Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy Of The E, F1-Sigma-G(+) State Of H-2
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A (2+1) resonance ionization scheme was used to ionize H-2. A fixed VUV photon (118 nm) and tunable visible light excited ground state hydrogen (E, F 1SIGMA(g)+ <--<-- X 1SIGMA(g)+) and a residual UV photon (355 nm) ionized the molecule. From the ion signals and the laser pulse energies, the two-photon rate constants were calculated. Tunneling of a vibrational level in the outer well of the E, F 1SIGMA(g)+ potential into the inner well was observed.
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McCann, M. P.; Chen, C. H.; and Payne, M. G., "Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy Of The E, F1-Sigma-G(+) State Of H-2" (1992). Faculty Bibliography. 1796.