THE PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF GASES AT HIGH TEMPERATURES.
Final rept. 1 Nov 63-31 Oct 65,
COLUMBIA RADIATION LAB NEW YORK
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An extensive study has been made of the scattering of velocity-selected beams of atomic potassium and potassium chloride by argon and by molecular nitrogen. A detailed investigation of certain hyperfine structures in molecules of deuterated ammonia was made in a beam maser spectrometer. A conventional microwave spectrometer, capable of operation over a wide range of temperatures, was used to study the microwave spectrum of lithium chloride in detail and that of methyl vinyl ether. A reinvestigation of the spectrum of molecular cesium in the optical region was started. The technique of magnetic rotation spectra is being applied to a study of carbon disulfide.
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy