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Laser techniques for state-selected and state-to-state chemistry III

Laser techniques for state-selected and state-to-state chemistry III

12-14 July 1995, San Diego, California

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Published by SPIE in Bellingham, Wash., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lasers in chemistry -- Congresses.,
  • Laser photochemistry -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJohn W. Hepburn, chair/editor ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.
    SeriesSPIE proceedings series -- v. 2548, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 2548.
    ContributionsHepburn, John W., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 404 p. :
    Number of Pages404
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15372894M
    ISBN 100819419079
    LC Control Number95068563

      What is claimed is: 1. A mass spectrometer system including a mass analyzer disposed in a high vacuum chamber for analyzing sample ions formed at atmospheric pressure and directed to the analyzer through intermediate vacuum chambers in which sample ions and solvent molecules form adduct ions with a reduction of sample ion current including: first and second evacuated chambers . N. Taniguchi, K. Takahashi, Y. Matsumi, S. Dylewski, J. Geiser, and P. L Houston, "Determination of the heat of formation of O3 using vacuum ultraviolet laser-induced fluorescence spectroscopy and two-dimensional product imaging techniques," J. Chem. Phys. (), pdf format. A beam of state-selected ND3 molecules is crossed with a beam of Ar, and scattered ND3 molecules are detected in single final j′k′± quantum states using resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization spectroscopy. State-to-state differential cross sections for rotational-level changing collisions are obtained by velocity map imaging.


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The CCH radical was produced by photolyzing acetylene with nm laser light. Nineteen UV bands are rotationally analyzed and assigned as transitions of parallel type from X ̃(0,υ l 2,υ 3), (υ 2 =0–10, υ 3 =0–2, l =0–3) to four K sublevels (K =0–3) of a common vibrational level, T, Cited by: Download Richard N.

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The study of state-to-state dynamics of elementary bimolecular reactions has provided remarkable insights into chemical reactivity at the most fundamental : Laser techniques for state-selected and state-to-state chemistry III book Yang.

Fig. 4 depicts the PIE spectrum for F e C + 2 Δ 5 / 2; v + = 0 − 3 in the total energy range of 60,–64, cm − 1 (bottom scale) obtained by setting ω 1 at the Laser techniques for state-selected and state-to-state chemistry III book of the R-branch in Fig.

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Rettner, E. Marinero, and R. Zare. "State-to-State Reaction Dynamics: H + D > HD + D," in Electronic and Atomic Collisions, a book of invited papers of the XIII International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions, edited by J.

Eichler, I. Hertel, and N. Stolterfoht. North-Holland Publishing Co.: Amsterdam. The citations in this section are reference books since on mass spectrometry in general and in various areas or aspects of chemistry.

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Advances in Chemical Physics Series, Vol. LXXXII. ISBN CD John Wiley & Sons, Inc. We survey the recent advances in theoretical understanding of quantum state resolved dynamics, using the title reactions as examples.

It is shown that the progress was made possible by major developments in two areas. First, an accurate analytical representation of many high-level ab initio points over a large configuration space can now be made with high fidelity and the necessary permutation Cited by: This chapter describes a research career beginning at Berkeley inshortly after Sputnik and the invention of the laser.

Following thesis work on vibrational spectroscopy and the chemical reactivity of small molecules, we studied vibrational energy transfers in my own lab. Collision-induced transfers among vibrations of a single molecule, from one molecule to another, and from vibration Cited by: " VUV Photodissociation Dynamics of OClO: Binary and Triple Dissociation, Laser Techniques for State-Selected and State-to-State Chemistry IV ", Dennis W.

Hwang, Jim J. Lin, Yuan T. Lee and Xueming Yang, Proceedings of SPIE, Vol.(). (IAMS). The aim of this Workshop on "Selectivity in Chemical Reactions" was to examine the specific preferences exhibited by simple chemical reactions with regards to reagents having particular energy states, symmetries, alignment and orientation and the resulting formation of certain products with their corresponding energies, states, alignment and polarisation.

The project used a combination of techniques developed in Cambridge and Birmingham, namely the use of tunable infrared laser to pump selected rotational levels N of the CN radical in v = 2, followed by state specific measurements of energy transfer and reactive processes. This tour de force experiment exemplified Ian's great interest in the Author: Gus Hancock.

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Liao, and C. Ng, "Nonresonant Two-Photon Pulsed Field Ionization Studies of Organosulfur Molecules and Radicals", Laser Techniques for State-Selected and State-to-State Chemistry II, Proc. SPIE (). tive and computational techniques. It was and still is the aim of the present HCM network to develop new trends in basic research on state selected chemistry of molecular ions using the tools of transnational co-operations and regular ex- change of both young and experienced scientists.

Full text of "Chemical Science and Technology Laboratory, technical activities " See other formats. We present the first photoelectron spectroscopy measurements of quantum dots (semiconductor nanocrystals) in the gas phase.

By coupling a nanoparticle aerosol source to a femtosecond velocity map imaging photoelectron spectrometer, we apply robust gas-phase photoelectron spectroscopy techniques to colloidal quantum dots, which typically must be studied in a liquid solvent or while bound to a Cited by: The b 3 Π 0 ↔ X 1 Σ + and b 3 Π 1 ↔ X 1 Σ + transitions have highly diagonal distributed FCFs and non-zero TDMs, demonstrating that the LiRb molecule could be a very promising candidate for laser cooling.

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Abdul-Ahad and T. Blair and G. Webb Quantitative structure--activity study of some enzyme-inhibitory quinazolines M. Yusaf and G. Lawes and N. March Asymptotic forms of atomic scattering factors and momentum densities. A correlation function formulation for the state-selected total reaction probability, N-alpha(E), is Suggested.

A wave packet, correlating with a specific set of internal reactant quantum numbers, alpha, is propagated forward in time until bifurcation is complete at which time the nonreactive portion of the amplitude is discarded. The detection of the noble gas molecule ArH+ initially in the Crab nebula and elsewhere since has reinvigorated the search for naturally occurring, noble gas compounds.

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In scattering of H2 from Cu(), vibrational excitation has so far defied an accurate theoretical description. To expose the causes of the large discrepancies with experiment, we investigate how the feature due to vibrational excitation (the “gain peak”) in the simulated time-of-flight spectrum of (v = 1, j = 3) H2 scattering from Cu() depends on the surface temperature (Ts) and the Cited by: 5.

Summary Richard N. Zare is the Marguerite Blake Wilbur Professor in Natural Science at Stanford University. He was born on Novem in Cleveland, Ohio, and is a graduate of Harvard University, where he received his B.A.

degree in chemistry. Recent Advances in Quantum Dynamics of Bimolecular Reactions Recent Advances in Quantum Dynamics of Bimolecular Reactions Zhang, Dong H.; Guo, Hua In this review, we survey the latest advances in theoretical understanding of bimolecular reaction dynamics in the past decade.

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