Abstract

We assign the 2ν3ν3 absorption transitions seen in a double-resonance pump–probe experiment. We compare the observed frequencies with those derived by calculating the 2ν3 rovibrational energy levels, using spectroscopic constants resulting from a 3ν3 analysis. Some features in the multiple-photon ν3 absorption spectrum of SF6 can be attributed to two-photon transitions to 2ν3.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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