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|Title: ||Extreme Ultraviolet Emission Spectrum of CO_2 Induced by Electron Impact at 200 eV|
|Authors: ||Kanik, I.|
Ajello, J. M.
James, G. K.
|Issue Date: ||11-Mar-1993 |
|Citation: ||Chemical Physics Letters|
|Abstract: ||We present the extreme ultraviolet (EUV) emission spectrum of CO_2 induced by electronimpact at 200 eV. There are 36 spectral features which are identified with a resolution of 0.5 nmover the wavelength range of 40 to 125 nm. Absolute emission cross sections were obtained for eachof these features. The EUV emission spectrum induced by electron impact consist of atomicmultiplets of CI,II and OI,II,III as well as CO and CO^+ molecular band systems produced bydissociative excitation. The CI (119.4 nm) multiplet is the strongest feature of CI with a peak crosssection of 3.61 x 10^(-19) cm^2 at 200 eV. The strongest feature of OI in the EUV spectrum is theOI (99.0 nm) multiplet with a peak cross section of 3.59 x 10^(-19) cm^2 at 200 eV.|
|Appears in Collections:||JPL TRS 1992+|
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