The Band Spectrum of Boron Monoxide

@article{MullikenTheBS,
  title={The Band Spectrum of Boron Monoxide},
  author={Robert Sanderson Mulliken},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={114},
  pages={349-350}
}
IN two recent letters to NATURE (May 24 and 31) Mr. W. Jevons has questioned the adequacy of my evidence as to the oxide origin of a band spectrum which he had previously ascribed to boron nitride.1 In his second letter he reports that these bands are absent from the spectrum of the discharge through a mixture of BCl3 and O2, although the ordinary boric oxide bands are present. This he considers convincing evidence against BO as the emitter of the bands in question. In view, however, of… 
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