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17 June 1994 Quantum-resolved vibrational energy transfer in Br2 B3II(Ou+)
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State-to-state vibrational energy transfer and electronic quenching in the lower vibrational levels, v' <EQ 3 of the B3II (Ou+) state of 79Br2 were investigated using spectrally resolved, temporally resolved laser induced fluorescence techniques. Spectrally resolved emissions from collisionally populated Br2 (B) vibrational levels were observed for Br2 and rare gas collision partners. Vibrational transfer is quite efficient in the non-predissociated levels and is adequately described by the Montroll- Shuler model for harmonic oscillators. A fundamental rate coefficient for vibrational transfer from v' equals 1 to v' equals 0, kv (1,0), was used to characterize vibrational relaxation.
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Courtney D. Holmberg and Glen P. Perram "Quantum-resolved vibrational energy transfer in Br2 B3II(Ou+)", Proc. SPIE 2124, Laser Techniques for State-Selected and State-to-State Chemistry II, (17 June 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.178118
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