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Energy Level Determination Using Two-Photon (Vacuum Ultraviolet and Visible) Resonance Spectroscopy
Volume 41, Number 3 (April 1987) Page 399-401
McCann, M.P.; Chen, C.H.; Payne, M.G.
With the use of a Nd:YAG laser and a dye laser, energy levels in argon and krypton have been measured. This technique can examine energy levels in the range of 11.9 eV to 16.4 eV, with the accuracy rivaling methods that employ very long VUV monochromators. The amount of photoionization has been calculated and agrees well with the experiment.