Photodissociation of IBr near 267 nm by center-stripe analysis of two-dimensional image

Yong Shin Kim; Young-Jae Jung; Kyung-Hoon Jung
September 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;9/8/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 10, p3805
Academic Journal
Studies the photodissociation dynamics of small molecules by center-striped analysis of two-dimensional image. Speed and angular distributions for small molecules; Relative quantum yields for three dissociation channels; Nonadiabatic couplings and order of vertical energy levels between excited states.


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