9 November 1999 Dynamics of the A3II0 B3II1 and C1II1 states of InCl by laser-induced fluorescence
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In this paper, we present the laser induced fluorescence spectra and the time-resolved spectra of the A3 (Pi) 0yields(Chi) 1(Sigma) + and C1(Pi) 1(Sigma) + for InCl molecule in the ranges of 266.5-287.0nm and 332.0-373.0nm. It is the first time those radiative lifetimes of the C1(Pi) 1 and B3(Pi) 1 states have been measured by laser-induced fluorescence. From the time-resolved spectra under different pressures, we obtained the collision-free radiative lifetimes and quenching rate constants for InCl molecule: A3(Pi) 0, 370ns, 9.87 X 10-11 cm3molec-1s-1; B3(Pi) 1, 353ns, 1.985 X 10-10cm3molec-1s-1, 11ns. From the radiative lifetime and the Frank-Condon factors qv'v'' for the v'-v'' transitions, the electronic transition moments re2 of B3(Pi) 1 and C1(Pi) 1 states have been obtained.
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Yun-Jing Li, Yun-Jing Li, Meirong Lin, Meirong Lin, Wenli Zou, Wenli Zou, Baozheng Zhang, Baozheng Zhang, Wenju Chen, Wenju Chen, } "Dynamics of the A3II0 B3II1 and C1II1 states of InCl by laser-induced fluorescence", Proc. SPIE 3899, Photonics Technology into the 21st Century: Semiconductors, Microstructures, and Nanostructures, (9 November 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.369438; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.369438


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