OFF RESONANT DISSOCIATION OF NH3 TO GROUND-STATE FRAGMENTS BY PULSED CO2-LASER RADIATION
- The dissociation of NH3 by pulsed CO2 laser radiation to produce ground state NH2 (2B1) fragments has been observed both under essentially collision free conditions and as a function of NH3 pressure, for laser frequencies out of resonance with ground state NH3 absorption features. Laser excited fluorescence was used for the detection of NH2 (2B1). © 1976.
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