High‐Resolution ν1 Spectrum of Propyne: Application of a Microcomputer‐Controlled Infrared‐Acoustic Color Center Laser Spectrometer
Review of Scientific Instruments
Development of a microcomputer‐controlled infrared‐acoustic color center laserspectrometer capable of scanning in 100 cm−1 sections over the wavelength range 2.2–3.3 μm with a resolution of 0.01 cm−1 (300 MHz) is reported. Application of the spectrometer to investigation of the ν1spectrum of propyne is demonstrated.
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Kyrö, E.; Lieb, Shannon; and Bevan, J. W., "High‐Resolution ν1 Spectrum of Propyne: Application of a Microcomputer‐Controlled Infrared‐Acoustic Color Center Laser Spectrometer" Review of Scientific Instruments / (1982): 1550-1551.
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