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Proceedings of the 72nd International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy
The OH + ion is of critical importance to the chemistry in the interstellar medium and is a prerequisite for the generation of more complex chemical species. Submillimeter and ultraviolet observations rely on high quality laboratory spectra. Recent measurements of the fundamental vibrational band and previously unanalyzed Fourier transform spectra of the near-ultraviolet A 3 Π−X 3 Σ − electronic spectrum, acquired at the National Solar Observatory at Kitt Peak in 1989, provide an excellentdoi:10.15278/isms.2017.wa08 fatcat:ukb3d2o2pzcdhdathdsltvuimi