Abstract

The diamagnetic shift in the infrared Zeeman spectra of CO2 is measured by utilizing copropagating-wave-crossing resonances observed in fluorescence. This technique permits determination of the magnetic parameters for individual vibrational states. The diamagnetic susceptibility anisotropy and molecular gJ factor for the (001) state are obtained from the spectrum for the R(0) transition of the 10.6-μm band. The molecular quadrupole moment Qzz (001) is estimated.

© 1980 Optical Society of America

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