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State-resolved Thermal/Hyperthermal Dynamics of Atmospheric Species
Technical Report,01 Dec 2011,30 Nov 2014
University of Colorado Boulder United States
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Direct absorption IR, LIF, REMPI and velocity map imaging methods have been used to study state-to-state inelastic and reactive scattering dynamics under single collision conditions. Efforts have led to progress in multiple areas 1 Diode laser and LIF studies of hyperthermal CO2 and NO collisions at the gas-room temperature ionic liquid RTIL interfaces. 2 Large scale trajectory simulations for theoretical analysis of gas-liquid scattering studies, 3 LIF data for state-resolved scattering of hyperthermal NO at the gas-molten Gal interface as a function of incident energy and surface temperature, 4 Velocity map ion imaging studies elucidating state-resolved reactive scattering dynamics of HCl from self assembled monolayers SAMs. 5 Ultrafast plasmon mediated electron ejection dynamics in single Au nanostructures via novel scanning photo-ionization imaging microscopy SPIM methods.
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