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Numerical simulation of the optical diatomic molecular spectra

Originální název

Numerical simulation of the optical diatomic molecular spectra

Anglický název

Numerical simulation of the optical diatomic molecular spectra

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The study of molecular spectra is currently expanding. The simulated spectrum simplifies the analysis of the experimental spectrum. For example with the modelling spectrum we can determine the rotational temperature, which is equal to the neutral gas temperature, vibrational distribution or vibrational temperature for the equilibrium or non-equilibrium plasma and also identification of some molecular spectral systems which are not listed in spectral tables. Until the present day many software programs were created this way. This article deals with the calculation of diatomic molecular optical spectra, describes some problems following relating to the numerical simulation and also compare the calculated spectrum with the real, experimentally measured spectrum.

Anglický abstrakt

The study of molecular spectra is currently expanding. The simulated spectrum simplifies the analysis of the experimental spectrum. For example with the modelling spectrum we can determine the rotational temperature, which is equal to the neutral gas temperature, vibrational distribution or vibrational temperature for the equilibrium or non-equilibrium plasma and also identification of some molecular spectral systems which are not listed in spectral tables. Until the present day many software programs were created this way. This article deals with the calculation of diatomic molecular optical spectra, describes some problems following relating to the numerical simulation and also compare the calculated spectrum with the real, experimentally measured spectrum.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT8854,
  author="Hana {Šormová} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Numerical simulation of the optical diatomic molecular spectra",
  annote="The study of molecular spectra is currently expanding. The simulated spectrum simplifies the analysis of the experimental spectrum. For example with the modelling spectrum we can determine the rotational temperature, which is equal to the neutral gas temperature, vibrational distribution or vibrational temperature for the equilibrium or non-equilibrium plasma and also identification of some molecular spectral systems which are not listed in spectral tables. Until the present day many software programs were created this way. This article deals with the calculation of diatomic molecular optical spectra, describes some problems following relating to the numerical simulation and also compare the calculated spectrum with the real, experimentally measured spectrum.",
  address="MATFYZPRESS",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 12th Annual Conference of Doctoral Students - WDS 2003",
  chapter="8854",
  institution="MATFYZPRESS",
  year="2003",
  month="november",
  pages="630",
  publisher="MATFYZPRESS",
  type="conference paper"
}