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By David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Douglas C. Neckers

A part of a continuous sequence which explores the frontiers of photochemical study, this quantity comprises reviews through specialists within the box who significantly learn latest facts.

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The vibrational distribution of the C O fragment was closely approximated by a temperature of 2000 K, whereas that of the rotational excitation was higher at 3350 K. Both were successfully modelled by a “pure impulsive” mechanism for the fragmentation of an initial bent acetyl fragment. The methyl fragment has also been observed at high resolution with the FTIR instrument [86], and a rotationally relaxed but vibrationally nascent spectrum of the weak v 3 mode around 3150 cm-l has been assigned.

Kinetic Studies of Chemical Reactions and Energy Transfer Processes Measurement of the rates of formation of vibrationally excited molecules and the subsequent relaxation is a natural extension of the time-resolved FTIR technique. No other method exists for measuring the time-dependent population of all the excited rotational-vibrational levels of any emitting species simultaneously. Both CS and S S methods can generate the temporal evolution of a given spectral feature, and observation of the behavior as a function of reagent pressures enables kinetic information to be gained.

The temporal resolution of both methods is limited by the risetime of the IR detectors and preamplifiers, rather than the delay generators (for CS work) or transient recorders (SS) used to acquire the data, and is typically a few hundred nanoseconds. For experiments at low total pressure the time between gas-kinetic collisions is considerably longer, for example, approximately 8 ps for self-collisions of H F at 10 mTorr. Nascent rotational and vibrational distributions of excited fragments following photodissociation can thus be obtained from spectra taken at several microseconds delay, subject to adequate SNR at the low pressures used.

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