9 November 1978 Laser Studies Of Atom-Molecule Reactions
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Abstract
Several examples are presented of the laser photolysis/infrared fluorescence technique for measuring atom-molecule reaction rates. Atom production is achieved by multiphoton dissociation using a TEA CO2 laser or by direct dissociation using a dye laser, its harmonic, or a uv excimer laser. Reactions of ground state H and F atoms as well as of excited 1(52P-1/2) atoms are illustrated. The information provided by these studies is useful for the prediction and modeling of chemical lasers.
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Paul L. Houston, Paul L. Houston, "Laser Studies Of Atom-Molecule Reactions", Proc. SPIE 0158, Laser Spectroscopy: Applications and Techniques, (9 November 1978); doi: 10.1117/12.956812; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.956812
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