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INFRARED MULTIPLE PHOTON EXCITATION AND DISSOCIATION OF SIMPLE MOLECULES

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The collisionless multiple photon dissociation of CH3NH2 by a pulsed CO2 laser to produce NH2 radicals has been shown to be dependent upon the laser intensity. Measurements have been made of the fluence dependences of the dissociation yields at various times during CO2 laser pulses for three laser wavelengths overlapping different regions of the low intensity i.r. absorption spectrum of CH3NH2. In all cases, for a given fluence, dissociation is more efficient when that fluence is delivered in...

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10.1039/dc9796700204

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Chemistry, Physical and Theoretical Chem
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Author
Journal:
FARADAY DISCUSSIONS
Volume:
67
Pages:
204-211
Publication date:
1979-01-01
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ISSN:
0301-7249
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uuid:c9b36182-7a4b-49a1-8602-6c40e825f4d6
Source identifiers:
41770
Local pid:
pubs:41770
Language:
English

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