The 248 nm photolysis of NO2/N2O4: Time-resolved Fourier transform infrared emission from NO and NO2, and quenching of NO (v=5-8)
- The 248 nm photolysis of NO2 results in an inverted vibrational distribution in NO(v) which agrees well with previous REMPI measurements. It was shown that the quenching of the higher levels in collisions with NO2 have clear importance of resonance energy transfer to the NO2(0,0,1) level. Emission from NO2 was found, produced from the photolysis of N2O4, and its spectral signature was similar to that resulting from electronic excitation of NO2.
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