A Study of Electronically Excited Nitrogen Dioxide in its First Predissociation Region: Fluorescence Emission, Lifetimes, and Electronic Quenching.
Final rept. 1 Apr 75-31 Mar 76,
CALIFORNIA UNIV IRVINE DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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Fluorescence behavior of NO2 in the first predissociation region 3979 to 4200 A was studied in great detail with fluorescence excitation spectroscopy and the phase-shift technique for the lifetimes measurement. The predissociation limit is determined to be about 3980 A. A fluorescing species with a constant intrinsic lifetime of about 7 x .00007 sec and a predissociating species with a very short lifetime 10 to the minus 7 power sec are found. Author
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry