Abstract

Spectra of NH<sub>3</sub>, NH<sub>2</sub>D, and CO have been obtained interferometrically, using the large lamellar grating interferometer at The Johns Hopkins University. The CO spectrum is used to illustrate the technique, and to show that some information may be obtained directly from the interferograms, without recourse to a numerical Fourier transformation. The spectrum of NH<sub>3</sub> shows pure rotation and inversion transitions in ν<sub>2</sub> vibrational fundamental.

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