Photodestruction of NO2- using time resolved multicoincidence detection photofragment spectroscopy
SourceChemical Physics, 300, 1-3, (2004), pp. 133-141
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Molecular and Biophysics
SubjectMolecular and Biophysics
We present an experiment on the photodestruction of the NO2- anion at 266 nm. We have quantified the competition between photodetachment and photodissociation and have identified the nature of the photodissociation process from the photofragment angular distribution. This study involves a novel technique; time resolved multicoincident detection photofragment spectroscopy. A three-dimensional double exposure CCD camera is employed. The system provides the position (x,y) and the relative arrival time (t) of all fragments. In the case of photodissociation events, NO and O- fragments are detected for each event. The detection of multiple events per laser shot is made possible by using center-of-mass selection. (C) 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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