A supersonic jet spectrum of 9,10-dichloroanthracene is measured by stimulated-emission-pumping fluorescence dip spectrometry and conventional fluorescence spectrometry. The performance obtained is compared for these spectrometric methods, providing same information concerned with the energy level of the ground state. The former is more preferential for measurement of a high-resolution spectrum, since the spectral resolution is determined by the linewidth of the dumping laser. On the other hand, the latter is more preferential for measurement with better sensitivity at the expense of the spectral resolution, since the fluorescence throughput can be improved by increasing the slit width of the monochromator.
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