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Need for high resolution in VUV Rydberg state spectroscopy

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Abstract

The necessity for high energy resolution (resolving powers > 100,000) in VUV spectroscopic determinations of atomic and molecular Rydberg electronic structures is emphasized. Examples include spectral observations of Rydberg levels in Ge i near the 4p P1/2° limit, in Sr i near the 4d2D3/2 limit, and in the diatomic hydrogen halides (especially HI) below the X2Π3/2 limit.

© 1980 Optical Society of America

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