Highly excited states of gerade symmetry in molecular nitrogen have been investigated in a resonance-enhanced XUV+Vis (extreme ultraviolet+visible) transition scheme. Nineteen bands have been observed, of which only four involve known states [k 1Pg (u = 1), x 1S-g (u = 2), and y 1Pg (u = 1,2)], albeit in new systems. Three of the newly observed states have been assigned as y 1Pg (u = 3) and k 1Pg (u = 2,3). Level energies are determined with an accuracy of =0.20 cm–1

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Journal J. Chem. Phys.
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de Lange, A, Lang, R, van der Zande, W. J, & Ubachs, W. (2002). Highly excited states of gerade symmetry in molecular nitrogen. J. Chem. Phys., 116, 7893–7901. doi:10.1063/1.1468220