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Infra-Red Lasers and Infra-Red Spectra of Free Radicals.
CATHOLIC UNIV OF AMERICA WASHINGTON D C DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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The reaction of NO with active nitrogen produces excited species which can transfer energy to CO2 yielding laser lines at 10.6 micrometers. It has been demonstrated that the reaction of N atoms with NO yields N2 in a vibrationally excited state. It has also been demonstrated that the discharge parameters are critical and that different discharges produce species which can energize the laser in various ways. Author
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