Photodissociation of Kr[sub 2]F(4[sub 2]Gama) in the ultraviolet and near-infarared: Wavelenght

Schloss, J.H.; Tran, H.C.; Eden, J.G.
April 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;4/1/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 13, p5423
Academic Journal
Discusses the measurement of the photoabsorption spectrum of the lowest electronic excited state of the rare gas-halide krypton fluoride using fluorescence suppression spectroscopy. Mechanism responsible for the photodissociation; Use of a pump-probe approach to examine the optical properties of krypton fluoride.


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