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After a couple of hours of searching I cant find the absorpion spectrum of nitrogen in UV-Vis range (350-450 nm is what im looking for).

Could anybody be so nice as to help me out?

To specify I'm talking about molecular nitrogen.

-G. Wesseling

Ps

I'm sorry for any broken or incorrect english, I'm still learning.

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  • $\begingroup$ @CountTo10 I googled for about 2 hours including some image searches, but all I could find were sectra of NO2 and not N2. Now I will admit I'm not the best at using google so I is well in the realm of posibilities that I missed something. $\endgroup$ – G. Wesseling Nov 29 '16 at 14:43
  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for the hint, I'm quite new here and don't really understand everything yet. But I'm sure that will come with time. $\endgroup$ – G. Wesseling Nov 29 '16 at 14:56
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Nitrogen is transparent in that region (up to vacuum-UV). A wavelength of 350 nm corresponds to 3.55 eV, much less than the ionization energy of N$_2$.

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