Laser-induced fluorescence of the CH[sub 2]CFO radical

Furubayashi, Masashi; Bridier, Isabelle; Inomata, Satoshi; Washida, Nobuaki; Yamashita, Koichi
April 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;4/15/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 15, p6302
Academic Journal
Studies the laser-induced fluorescence spectrum of the vinoxy radical. Vibrational frequencies for the ground electronic state; Ab initio calculations on the radical; Collision-free radiative lifetimes of the excited state.


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