Computed potential energy curves of the two lowest states of . The energies are relative to the bottom of the computed potential. Vibrational levels computed from the potential curves are also shown.
Computed electronic transition moment functions of the and transitions of . The arrow indicates the equilibrium internuclear distance of the state.
Computed and observed band intensities in the emission of . The experimental values are taken from Ref. 33. The intensities are scaled so the theoretical and experimental values of the level are the same.
2D excitation/emission mapping in the excitation region of the 4–3 band of the system (center picture). (a) 1D excitation spectrum obtained by integrating emission wavelength between 220 and 315 nm. (b) 1D emission spectrum obtained by integrating excitation wavelength between 344.1 and 344.8 nm. (c) 1D emission spectrum obtained by integrating excitation wavelength from 345.0 to 345.6 nm. (d) 1D excitation spectrum obtained by integrating emission wavelength from 237 to 240 nm.
Excitation spectra of . [(a) and (b)] Observed LIF excitation and simulated spectra of the 4–3 band of the system, respectively. An arrow indicates the excited position in the measurement of a DF spectrum in Fig. 6. [(c) and (d)] Simulated spectra of the 0–7 and 3–9 bands Fox–Herzberg system, respectively.
Emission spectrum of observed by pumping the 4–3 band of the system. The stick diagram indicates the theoretical emission intensities of Fox–Herzberg system with .
Calculated and observed vibrational energies of the and states of .
Calculated and observed rotational constants (in ) of the and states.
Computed oscillator strengths of the band system of (obtained from transition moments and transition energies). The order of magnitude is indicated in parentheses.
Computed Einstein coefficients of the and band systems of (obtained from transition moments and transition energies). The order of magnitude is indicated in parentheses.
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