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61. Reinvestigation of the Microwave Spectrum of Acetamide
Published: 1/1/2001
Authors: R D. Suenram, G Yu, G Y Golubiatnikov, I I Leonov, Jon Torger Hougen, J Ortigoso, I Kleiner, Gerald T Fraser

62. Spontaneous Coherent Microwave Emission and the Sawtooth Instability in a Compact Storage Ring
Published: 1/1/2001
Authors: Uwe Arp, Gerald T Fraser, Angela R Hight Walker, Thomas B Lucatorto, K K Lehmann, K Harkay, N Sereno, Kyoungsik Kim

63. Spontaneous coherent microwave emission and the sawtooth instability in a compact storage ring
Published: 1/1/2001
Authors: Uwe Arp, Gerald T Fraser, A R Hight-walker, Thomas B Lucatorto, K K Lehmann, K Harkay, N Sereno, Kyoungsik Kim

64. The Ground and First Excited Torsional States of Acetic Acid
Published: 1/1/2001
Authors: Vadim V Ilyushin, E A Alekseev, S F Dyubko, S V Podnos, I Kleiner, L Margules, G Wlodarczak, J Demaison, J Cosleou, B Mate, E N Karyakin, G Y Golubiatnikov, Gerald T Fraser, R D. Suenram, Jon Torger Hougen

65. The Validation of Fourier-Transform Microwave Spectroscopy for Trace-Gas Analysis of Multicomponent Gas Mixtures
Published: 1/1/2001
Authors: R S DaBell, Pamela M Chu, Gerald T Fraser, George C Rhoderick, R D. Suenram
Abstract: In this work, the first illustration of Fourier transform microwave spectroscopy (FTMW) as a tool for detection and quantification of multiple components in a gas-phase mixture is presented. Long-term stability of the instrument response has been in ...

66. Investigation of the Collision-Induced Absorbtion by O^d2^ Near 6.4 Micro {Mu}in Pure O^d2^ and O^d2^/N^d2^ Mixtures
Published: 9/1/2000
Authors: B Mate, C Lugez, A M Solodov, Gerald T Fraser, Walter Joseph Lafferty
Abstract: The collision-induced fundamental vibrational band of molecular oxygen has been measured between 1300 and 2000 cm^u-1^ using a Fourier-transform infrared spectrometer and an optical path length of 84 m. Spectra were recorded for pure O^d2^ and O^d ...

67. The Structure of O^d3^ -CH^d4^ and the Implications for the O + CH^d4^ Precursor-Initiated Reaction
Published: 8/1/2000
Authors: Angela R Hight Walker, Gerald T Fraser, R D. Suenram, Francis John Lovas
Abstract: The rotational spectrum of the O^d3^--CH^d4^ complex has been measured in a molecular beam using a pulsed-nozzle Fourier-transform microwave spectrometer. An a-type pure-rotation and a c-type rotation-inversion electric-dipole spectrum is observed, ...

68. Doppler-Free Nonlinear Absorption in Ethylene by Use of Continuous-Wave Cavity Ringdown Spectroscopy
Published: 6/1/2000
Authors: C R. Bucher, K K Lehmann, David F Plusquellic, Gerald T Fraser
Abstract: We report the first systematic study of Doppler-free, nonlinear absorption using cavity ring-down spectroscopy. We have developed a variant of cavity ring-down spectroscopy for the mid-infrared region between 9-11 m exploiting the intracavity po ...

69. Performance of a Fast Response Agent Concentration Meter
Series: OTHER
Published: 5/2/2000
Authors: Erik L Johnsson, George William Mulholland, Gerald T Fraser, A Zuban, I I Leonov
Abstract: There is a need for monitoring the concentration of potential halon replacement chemicals with millisecond response time [I]. One scenario of great concern to the Air Force is the penetration of an enemy shell into the fuel tank of an aircraft. To ...

70. Intensity of the Simultancous Vibrational Absorption CO^d2^ (v^d3^=1) + N^d2^ (v=1) < CO^d2^ (v^d3^=0) + N^d2^ (v=0) at 4680 cm^u-1^
Published: 5/1/2000
Authors: B Mate, Gerald T Fraser, Walter Joseph Lafferty
Abstract: Simultaneous or double vibrational collision-induced absorptions in compressed gas mixtures were extensively studied 30-40 years ago. Due to both their large linewidths and their overlap or near overlap with monomer absorptions, the intensities of t ...

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