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|Title:||The microwave and far-infrared spectra of the CH radical|
|Authors:||Brown, J. M.; Evenson, K. M.|
|Affiliation:||AA(Southampton University, Southampton, England), AB(National Bureau of Standards, Time and Frequency Div., Boulder, CO)|
|Publication:||Astrophysical Journal, Part 2 - Letters to the Editor (ISSN 0004-637X), vol. 268, May 1, 1983, p. L51-L56. (ApJL Homepage)|
|Category:||Atomic and Molecular Physics|
|NASA/STI Keywords:||Astronomical Spectroscopy, Free Radicals, Hydrocarbons, Infrared Spectra, Interstellar Matter, Microwave Spectra, Electron Transitions, Far Infrared Radiation, Fine Structure, Laser Spectroscopy, Line Spectra, Magnetic Resonance, Molecular Spectroscopy|
The frequencies, wavelengths, and line strengths for transitions of the
CH molecule at microwave and far-infrared wavelengths have been
calculated from an analysis of the laser magnetic resonance spectrum.
The low-frequency transitions are between lambda-type doubles, while the
higher frequency transitions are between different spin-rotation levels.
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