1 April 1992 Experimental methods for probing structure and dynamics of gas-phase molecular dications
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Abstract
Coaxial ion-laser beam photofragmentation spectroscopy combined with coincidence detection is a powerful method for probing doubly charged molecular ions. The high-resolution photofragmentation spectra contain detailed information on the molecular structure and dissociation dynamics od doubly charged cations. Our study on N22+ reveals detailed intramolecular interactions with other states, and also provides direct information on previously unobserved electronic states of this dication. We discuss these intramolecular interactions and the dissociation mechanism and demonstrate the high sensitivity of this technique.
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Kazushige Yokoyama, Kazushige Yokoyama, Diane M. Szaflarski, Diane M. Szaflarski, Amy S. Mullin, Amy S. Mullin, W. Carl Lineberger, W. Carl Lineberger, } "Experimental methods for probing structure and dynamics of gas-phase molecular dications", Proc. SPIE 1638, Optical Methods for Time- and State-Resolved Chemistry, (1 April 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.58143; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.58143
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