Photodissociation dynamics of the chloromethanes at the Lyman-alpha wavelenght (121.6 nm)

Brownsword, R. A.; Hillenkamp, M.
January 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;1/22/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 4, p1359
Academic Journal
Discusses photodissociation dynamics of chloromethanes at the Lyman-alpha wavelength. Gas-phase dissociation dynamics after photoexcitation; Collision-free conditions at room temperature; Generation of narrow-band tunable Lyman-alpha laser radiation; Absolute H atom quantum yields.


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