H(n=4)/D(n=4) Branching ratio in the electron-impact dissociation of HOD

Furuya, Kebji; Koba, Fumihiro
October 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;10/1/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 13, p4979
Academic Journal
Discusses branching ratio in the electron-impact dissociation of HOD. Mixing ratios at selected incident electron energies; Intensity ratios of the emission; Computer simulation of emission spectra on each combination of the mixing ratios and electron energies; Differences between the Franck-Condon regions for transitions and between autoionization and predissociation rates.


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