STIMULATED RAMAN EFFECT OF SOME SUBSTANCES,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Spectra were obtained of the stimulated Raman effect of anisole, chlorobenzene, chloroprene, dichlorethane, acetophenone, acetylacetone, and chloroform. The source of the excitation in the stimulated combination scattering was a ruby generator of power pulses which operated in an accumulation system. The spectra of the stimulated Raman effect were recorded by the photographic method on the spectrograph ISP-51 with the camera UF-84. For acetophenone frequencies of 2 oscillations were observed, one of 997cm and another of 3066cm this was observed also for chlorobenzene and anisole. A splitting of the Stokes lines was often observed, especially for xylols, with an unsplit stimulant.
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy