Velocity-map ion imaging (VMI) has been used to study the angular distribution of the NO fragment generated in the photodissociation of NO(2) at a variety of photolysis wavelengths. Images were recorded for the channels NO (2)Pi(1/2) (v = 0, J= 3/2, 11/2 and 21/2) + O ((3)P(2,1)), for excitation energies ranging from the onset (E(avl)/hc = 0 cm(-1)) to E(avl)/hc approximately 900 cm(-1). The angular anisotropy parameter beta was obtained as a function of available energy. Photofragment multip...Expand abstract
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Fully state-selected VMI study of the near-threshold photodissociation of NO(2): variation of the angular anisotropy parameter.
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