Abstract

New band systems were found in the spectra of AsO and PO molecules excited by short-wave oscillations. The new bands of AsO arise from a transition A′2Πi(a) → X2Πr, and their band heads can be arranged in a system given by the formula: ν={2648025145}+633.0(υ+12)3.5(υ+12)2966.2(υ+12)+4.9(υ+12)2. Two new systems FB and GB were identified in the spectrum of PO. The term values of the F and G states are about 55585 and 56358 cm−1. New bands were found in the known DB system which lead to the following constants for the D state Te={4895548926} and ωe ≅ 755 cm−1.

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