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1 June 1990 I(2P1/2) produced from the energy transfer from NCl(a1Δ) to I(2P3/2)
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Proceedings Volume 1225, High-Power Gas Lasers; (1990) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.18537
Event: OE/LASE '90, 1990, Los Angeles, CA, United States
Abstract
Emission from I(2P1/2) at 1.315 micron has been observed from the energy transfer from NCl(a1Δ) to I(2P3/2). The NCl(a1Δ) was produced by reacting excess Cl with HN3. The Cl and HN3 react to give N3 and HCl. The N3 then reacts with Cl to yield NCl(a1Δ) and N2. A rate constant for the quenching of NCl(a1Δ) by I(2 P 3/2) was measured to be at least 1 x 10-10 cm3/s. This near gas kinetic rate is interpreted as evidence of an efficient near resonance energy transfer process; NCl(a1Δ, v = 0) + I(2P3/2) - NCl(X3Σ, v = 2) + I(2P1/2).
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Tientsai T. Yang and Robert D. Bower "I(2P1/2) produced from the energy transfer from NCl(a1Δ) to I(2P3/2)", Proc. SPIE 1225, High-Power Gas Lasers, (1 June 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.18537
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