Advances in Chemical Physics (Wiley Series in Probability by Joshua Jortner, Raphael D. Levine, Stuart Alan Rice PDF

By Joshua Jortner, Raphael D. Levine, Stuart Alan Rice

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However, it should lead to a sharp rise in quenching efficiency of N, between A ( u = 2 ) and A ( u = 3 ) . In fact, above A( u = 2) 0, and N, should exhibit similar efficiencies. ,’ Resonant transfer is expected to lead to observation of fluorescence from SO,, in the case of A(u=O), as it lies below the dissociation limit of SO,. No such fluorescence was detected; while this negative result cannot be taken as a proof that electronically excited SO, was not produced, it is compatible with such a statement.

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