1 October 1983 Photofragment Fluorescence Following Ultraviolet Laser Multiphoton Excitation
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Abstract
Molecular multiphoton excitation with high power ultraviolet lasers allows access to highly excited states which may undergo fragmentation to produce a variety of interesting excited-state products. Recent work on photo-fragment fluorescence following excimer laser photolysis of various small molecules is reviewed, and aspects related to the mechanisms of excitation and fragmentation and various practical implications are discussed.
C. Fotakis, "Photofragment Fluorescence Following Ultraviolet Laser Multiphoton Excitation," Optical Engineering 22(5), 225554 (1 October 1983). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973195 . Submission:
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