Abstract

Raman radiant intensities and depolarization ratios measured for gases with mercury arc irradiation and photoelectric detection have been collected. The observed intensities have been reduced to values of the scattering activity, <i>g<sub>j</sub></i> (45<sub>αj</sub><sup>12</sup>+7<sub>γj</sub><sup>12</sup>). The scattering activity and Raman scattering cross sections are explicitly related. Data for strong sharp bands are accurate to about ± 5% – 10%, while data for weak and broad bands are less accurate.

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