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Franck–Condon factors for the B–X system of S2
1.K. A. Meyer, Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin, 1976;
1.K. A. Meyer and D. R. Crosley (to be published).
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10.This also alleviates concerns about contributions due to stimulated emission, which is present in the rotational branch overlapped by the laser, at the spectral power densities used.
11.The PMT actually measures photons not erg but the calibration using the standard lamp is done so as to obtain an effective response in the latter units.
12.Such a correction should be applied to the intensities of the rotationally resolved branches used to determine the intensity of the excitation term;
12.however, this is a negligible amount. See K. A. Meyer and D. R. Crosley, Can. J. Phys. 51, 2119 (1973).
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14.I. e., within the quoted error bars.
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17.The zero of energy must of course be defined.
18.To quote the late E. U. Condon [Am. J. Phys. 15, 365 (1947)];
18.“(The Franck‐Condon patterns form a) real and forceful proof⋯of the reality of de Broglie waves associated with the nuclear motions in the molecules.” We thank Dr. R. N. Zare for drawing our attention to this delightful and instructive article.
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20.Taken from the graph, Fig. 2, of Ref. 19.
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