Collisional de-excitation rates for the first negative and second positive systems of nitrogen by water vapor
Kimball, Lynn Jerome
Milne, Edmund A.
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Nitrogen-water vapor mixtures were excited by 1.5 MeV protons from a Van De Graaff generator. Intensity versus pressure data were recorded and plotted for the first negative transition and second positive transition in nitrogen. Theoretical equations were derived for the relative intensity as a function of pressure.
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