Far Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance

Abstract

Within the last few years, laser magnetic resonance (LMR) has emerged as a powerful technique for the detection of transient species in the gas phase and the study of their rotational spectra. The sensitivity of this method is con­ siderably higher than those of most competing techniques, such as conventional optical and microwave spectroscopy and gas-phase EPR, while the resolution attainable is comparable with that of the latter two methods. The domain of appli­ cability of LMR presently includes atoms, ground states of molecules with up to 5 atoms, and most recently, short lived

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@inproceedings{Evenson1999FarIL, title={Far Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance}, author={Kenneth M Evenson and Richard J Saykally and Debby A. Jennings and Mac G. Brown}, year={1999} }