Time and Frequency Resolved Laser Studies on CS2 Discrete and Continuum fluorescence View Full Text


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DATE

1978

AUTHORS

S. J. Silvers , M. R. McKeever , G. K. Chawla

ABSTRACT

A highly influential paper by DOUGLAS [1] in 1966 called attention to the fact that reported lifetimes for certain states of CS2, NO2 and SO2 were significantly longer than predicted from absorption measurements of oscillator strengths. He proposed that interactions with nearby states having little or no radiative transition probabilities resulted in mixed levels with lengthened lifetimes. Since that time the use of lasers to excite fluorescence from these molecules has revealed features more complex and interesting than previously suspected. The two principal findings are: 1) the fluor-esence decays are multiexponential showing short as well as long-lived components; 2) the frequency resolved spectra reveal both discrete and continuous features. More... »

PAGES

449-454

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  • 1976. Quantum beats and time-resolved fluorescence spectroscopy in HIGH-RESOLUTION LASER SPECTROSCOPY
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    TITLE

    Advances in Laser Chemistry

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    978-3-642-67056-5
    978-3-642-67054-1

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