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TitleMolecular-beam Studies of Primary Photochemical Processes
Author(s)Lee, Y. T.
Publication DateDecember 1982
Report NumberLBL-15480
Unique IdentifierACC0289
Other NumbersCONF-830128-1; Legacy ID: DE83006190; OSTI ID: 6384076
Research OrgLawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, CA (USA)
Contract NoAC03-76SF00098
Sponsoring OrgUS Department of Energy (DOE)
Other InformationInternational Conference on Photochemistry and Photobiology; 5 Jan 1983; Alexandria, Egypt
Subject400500 -- Photochemistry; 640301 -- Atomic, Molecular & Chemical Physics -- Beams & their Reactions; Formaldehyde -- Photolysis; Glyoxal -- Photolysis; Methylene Radicals -- Photolysis; Colliding Beams; Laser Radiation; Molecular Beams; Photon Collisions; Spectroscopy
KeywordsAldehydes; Beams; Chemical Reactions; Collisions; Decomposition; Electromagnetic Radiation; Organic Compounds; Photochemical Reactions; Radiations; Radicals; Photo Dissociation of Formaldehyde
Related Web PagesYuan T. Lee and Molecular Beam Studies
AbstractApplication of the method of molecular-beam photofragmentation translational spectroscopy to the investigation of primary photochemical processes of polyatomic molecules is described. Examples will be given to illustrate how information concerning the energetics, dynamics, and mechanism of dissociation processes can be obtained from the precise measurements of angular and velocity distributions of products in an experiment in which a well-defined beam of molecules is crossed with a laser.
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