Gas-phase spectra of the radiative recombination of nitrogen atoms at helium temperatures
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The lowering of temperature from ≈ 300 K to ≈ 10 K caused drastic changes in the spectral composition of the recombinational afterglow of N atoms: the glow due to the B3Πgν″ | A 3Σ+uν″ transition with ν′ = 12-9 (λ ≈ 580 nm and λ ≈ 540 nm) disappeared whereas levels with ν′ = 8-5 (λ ≈ 560 nm) appeared. This effect is exlained in terms of Campbell and Thrush's recombination luminescence model (emitting B 3Hg state populated by radiationless transition from the lower A 3Σ+u state of the N2 molecule). © 1978.
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Gordon, E. B., Mezhov-Deglin, L. P., Pugachev, O. F., & Khmelenko, V. V
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Gordon, EB||Mezhov-Deglin, LP||Pugachev, OF||Khmelenko, VV