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20 November 1985 Lifetime And Quenching Measurements Of C2H Emission Produced By Vacuum Ultraviolet Photolysis Of C2H2
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Proceedings Volume 0540, Southwest Conf on Optics '85; (1985) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.976133
Event: 1985 Albuquerque Conferences on Optics, 1985, Albuquerque, United States
Abstract
State-of-the-art tunable vuv sources are used to produce excited C2H photofragments (C2H*) via the photolysis of acetylene molecules. The quenching rate constants of the C2H emission by a number of species are determined. The collision-free fluorescence lifetimes are measured at different excitation wavelengths. The excitation energy threshold for producing the observed emission is determined. In addition, a correlation between the excitation energy and the emission wavelength is observed.
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J. J. Tiee, R. K. Sander, C. R. Quick Jr., R. J. Romero, and R. Estler "Lifetime And Quenching Measurements Of C2H Emission Produced By Vacuum Ultraviolet Photolysis Of C2H2", Proc. SPIE 0540, Southwest Conf on Optics '85, (20 November 1985); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.976133
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