# Absorption cross-section of sodium diatomic molecules

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The Physical Object ID Numbers Other titles Absorption cross sections of sodium diatomic molecules. Statement by Zeng-Shevan Fong. Series NASA CR -- 180466., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-180466. Contributions United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Format Microform Pagination 1 v. Open Library OL15273973M

The absorption cross sections of sodium dimers were studied using a heat pipe over operating in the non-heat-pipe mode. Three wavelength regions were observed. They are in the red, the green-blue, and the near ultraviolet regions.

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Australian/Harvard Citation. The absorption cross sections of sodium dimers were studied using a heat pipe over operating in the non-heat-pipe mode. Three wavelength regions were observed. They are in the red, the green-blue, and the near ultraviolet regions.

The absorption cross section depends on the wavelength of the incident : Zeng-Shevan Fong. The absolute partial cross-sections (partial and total) of diatomic molecules (H 2, N 2, O 2, CO, NO, HCl) have been studied experimentally and theoretically, drawing conclusions from various sources.

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Absorption of such radiation by molecules is not to be regarded as equivalent to simple excitation by thermal energy of $$36$$-$$\: \text{kcal mol}^{-1}$$.

Instead, all the energy of the light quantum is taken up in excitation of an electron to a high-energy, usually antibonding, orbital (Section ). The photodissociation of 88Sr2 molecules is examined at ultracold temperatures with a high degree of control, and a wealth of quantum effects such as barrier tunnelling, matter—wave interference Cited by: 1 region makes it difficult to assign all the absorption bands, and because of the unique patterns found there, it is often called the fingerprint region.

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Absorption bands in the to cm-1 region are usually due to stretching vibrations of diatomic units, and this is sometimes called the group frequency region. Group FrequenciesFile Size: 2MB.

Absorption of radiation from the sodium dimer molecular states correlating to Na(3s)-Na(3s) is investigated theoretically.

Vibrational bound and continuum transitions from the singlet X Sigma-g+ state to the first excited singlet A Sigma-u+ and singlet B Pi-u states and from. The term absorption cross section is often used to include both the portion due to scattering and that due to true absorption (loss of the photon into another form of energy, such as heat).

For atmospheric gases, this total absorption cross section is defined by the Beer’s law expression. Vibrational spectra of N 2: An advanced undergraduate laboratory in atomic and molecular spectroscopy S. Bayrama) and M. Freamatb) Physics Department, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (Received 18 January ; accepted 12 May )File Size: 1MB.

The hydration state of a sodium montmorillonite (Na⁺-Mt) sample was monitored in situ by both the position of the () reflection and the elastic scattering signal amplitude to ensure that.

The theory can be confirmed by the high bond strengths of diatomic sulfides in this group, namely (CS), (SiS), (GeS), (SnS), and (PbS) kJ mol − 1 [2], and consequently they are much more stable than sulfides of elements in the neighbor groups of the periodic by: Go To: Top, Constants of diatomic molecules, References Data from NIST Standard Reference Database NIST Chemistry WebBook The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) uses its best efforts to deliver a high quality copy of the Database and to verify that the data contained therein have been selected on the basis of sound.

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Diatomic molecules consist of two atoms bonded together. In contrast, monatomic elements consist of single atoms (e.g., Ar, He). Many compounds are diatomic, such as HCl, NaCl, and KBr.

Diatomic compounds consist of two different elements. There are seven pure elements that form diatomic molecules. Diatomic molecule.

Diatomic molecules are molecules composed of only two atoms, of the same or different chemical elements. The prefix di- is of Greek origin, meaning "two". If a diatomic molecule consists of two atoms of the same element, such as hydrogen (H 2) or oxygen (O 2), then it is said to be homonuclear.

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The state‐selective excitation was accomplished by 16 μm laser pumping of the ground vibrational state of flow‐cooled UF m changes in the absorption cross sections were observed toward longer wavelengths in the wings of the two charge Cited by: 5. Absorption is the process by which a photon is absorbed by the atom, causing an electron to jump from a lower energy level to a higher one.

The process is described by the Einstein coefficient (m 3 J −1 s −2), which gives the probability per unit time per unit spectral radiance of the radiation field that an electron in state 1 with energy will absorb a photon with an energy E 2 − E 1.

Spectroscopy - Spectroscopy - Theory of molecular spectra: Unlike atoms in which the quantization of energy results only from the interaction of the electrons with the nucleus and with other electrons, the quantization of molecular energy levels and the resulting absorption or emission of radiation involving these energy levels encompasses several mechanisms.

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This book describes the methods of experimental spectroscopy and their use in the study of physical phenomena. The applications of optical spectroscopy may be grouped under three broad headings: chemical analysis, elucidation of atomic and molecular structure, and investigations of the interactions of radiating atoms and molecules with their environment.

A Feshbach resonance is a scattering resonance for which the total energy of two colliding atoms is equal to the energy of a bound molecular state, and atom–molecule transitions can Cited by: Industrial chemical processes are struggling with adverse effects, such as corrosion and deposition, caused by gaseous alkali and heavy metal species.

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Abstract. A calculation of the absorption cross section of some molecules (NH 3, C 2 H 4, CO 2, O 3, NO 2, PH 3, HNO 3, SF pdf, CH 3 OH, HCOOH, OCS, CH 3 CN, C 2 H 6, SO 2, and H 2 O) at the wavelengths transmitted by a CO 2 laser filled with different isotopes (12 C 16 O 2, 13 C 16 O 2, 12 C 18 O 2, 14 C 16 O 2, 14 C 18 O 2, 13 C 18 O 2, and 12 C 16 O 18 O) is presented.

The spectroscopical Cited by: 2.In the paper, several theoretical approaches to the determination of the reduced absorption and emission coefficients under local thermodynamic equilibrium conditions were exposed and discussed. The full quantum-mechanical procedure based on the Fourier grid Hamiltonian method was numerically robust but time consuming.

In that method, all transitions between the bound, free, and quasi-bound Cited by: 1.Spectra of Diatomic Molecules, a Summary.

Between which pairs of molecular states can transitions take place by absorption or emission of electromagnetic radiation? What is the transition probability and what are the factors by which it is determined? For sodium. Dipole Moment.