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Positive gain measurements on the 3350‐Å continuum band of Hg2
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3.Throughout this article, the identification that Mrozowski (Ref. 6) first postulated will be used; namely, that the 5100‐Å (Ref. 4) and 3350‐Å bands of mercury are due, respectively, to transitions from the electronic states and to the repulsive ground state. This is done for convenience and does not imply that this is the correct identification of these transitions.
4.The broad band centered at 5100 Å has previously been identified as 4900 Å, but after calibration of the spectral detecting equipment, the 4900‐Å band is found to be centered at 5100 Å. For example, see A. O. McCoubrey, Phys. Rev. 93, 1249 (1954);
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6.The 3350‐Å band is thought to be an allowed transition having and A coefficient of about whereas the 5100‐Å band is unallowed. See S. Mrozowski, Rev. Mod. Phys. 16, 153 (1944), especially examine pp. 160, 161;
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