Time-resolved Fourier transform infrared (TRFTIR) emission spectroscopy has been used to study the 193 nm photolysis of vinyl bromide (C(2)H(3)Br) and vinyl chloride (C(2)H(3)Cl). Time-resolved IR emission was analysed to obtain nascent vibrational state populations of two primary photolysis products: HBr (v = 1-7) and HCl (v = 1-6). In both cases the nascent vibrational state populations monotonically decrease with increasing v and are in excellent agreement with previously published data. T...Expand abstract
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The reaction products of the 193 nm photolysis of vinyl bromide and vinyl chloride studied by time-resolved Fourier transform infrared emission spectroscopy.
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