29 March 1996 Energy transfer processes for I2(χ) of relevance to COIL
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Energy transfer processes of highly vibrationally excited I2(X) v equals 23, J equals 57 have been investigated using stimulated emission pumping techniques. Inelastic collisions with O2, H2O, Cl2, and Ar have been characterized. These energy transfer processes are important in the dissociation of I2 in the COIL system. Spectrally and temporally resolved measurements of vibrational and rotational energy transfer have been carried out in room temperature static cells. The results of these experiments have been used to develop a kinetics model to simulate the experimental results and to predict rate constants. This model is based on an energy corrected sudden approximation and includes vibrational energy transfer.
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W. G. Lawrence, W. G. Lawrence, Todd A. Van Marter, Todd A. Van Marter, M. L. Nowlin, M. L. Nowlin, Michael C. Heaven, Michael C. Heaven, } "Energy transfer processes for I2(χ) of relevance to COIL", Proc. SPIE 2702, Gas and Chemical Lasers, (29 March 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.236876; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.236876
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