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High resolution spectral analysis of oxygen. I. Isotopically invariant Dunham fit for the , a 1Δ g , states
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Interconnections of the vibrational levels from experimental data included in the current analysis for the oxygen main isotopologue 16O16O. Five electronic states were included. The vibrational levels of these electronic states were numbered together, and numbers under the electronic symbols refer to vibrational state identifiers used in SPFIT. The and A3Δ u states were not modeled well with Dunham-type models; transitions involved in these two states were included to provide the necessary interconnections for vibrational levels in the , a 1Δ g , electronic states.

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FIG. 2.

Interconnections of the vibrational levels from experimental data included in the current analysis for the oxygen minor isotopologues. Three electronic states were included for each of the isotopologue. The vibrational levels of these electronic states were numbered together, and numbers under the electronic symbols refer to vibrational state identifiers used in SPFIT.

Tables

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Table I.

Experimentally determined Dunham-type parameters (in MHz) of oxygen, 16O16O and 16O17O in the , and states from a global fit involving six isotopologues.

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Table II.

Derived BOB parameters (unitless) and equilibrium bond lengths (Å) from parameters listed in Table I.

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Table III.

Comparison of 16O16O and v = 0,1 parameters determined from band-by-band fits with different choices of experimental data: Fit #1 including all available data; Fit #2 with repeated less accurate data removed (see Sec. III for details).

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Scitation: High resolution spectral analysis of oxygen. I. Isotopically invariant Dunham fit for the X3Σg−, a1Δg, b1Σg+ states
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/137/2/10.1063/1.4719170
10.1063/1.4719170
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