The photolysis of molecular iodine at 193 and 248 nm has been studied by diode laser based frequency-modulated (FM) absorption spectroscopy with detection of the nascent iodine photofragment via the I((2)P(1/2)-(2)P(3/2)) transition at 1.315 microm. Use of narrow band radiation enables nascent measurements with sufficient speed resolution to allow both the character of the initial electronic transition and speed of the fragments to be determined. The time dependence of the integrated area of ...Expand abstract
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Diode laser based studies of the UV photolysis of molecular iodine.
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