Measurement and Spectroscopic Assignment of Far-Infrared Laser Frequencies Generated by 13CD3OH and CH3 18OH
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The frequencies for thirty one far-infrared laser emissions, generated by an optically pumped molecular laser with either 13 CD3OH or CH3 18 OH as its laser medium, have been measured for the first time. The frequencies, ranging from 0.443 to 3.243 THz, were measured with a heterodyne technique to a one-sigma fractional uncertainty no less than ± 5 parts in 10 7 . Approximately half of the frequencies measured during this investigation have been used to either confirm or propose new spectroscopic assignments associated with these methanol isotopologues.
Jackson, M., Gerke, C., Barajas, J., & Lees, R. M. (2018). Measurement and Spectroscopic Assignment of Far-Infrared Laser Frequencies Generated by 13CD3OH and CH3 18OH. IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 54(1), 1–5. https://doi.org/10.1109/jqe.2017.2786861
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