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Advances in Laser Chemistry: Proceedings of the Conference by S. A. Rice (auth.), Professor Dr. Ahmed H. Zewail (eds.)

By S. A. Rice (auth.), Professor Dr. Ahmed H. Zewail (eds.)

The laser as a radiation resource with temporal and spatial coherence has made a big effect within the assorted fields of technological know-how. for this reason, new and fascinating examine has been constructing allover the realm. Laser spectro­ scopy stocks a wide fraction of this learn, and within the final decade nu­ merous books and monographs were released in this topic. every one of these books and monographs include the paintings performed within the physics neighborhood. only a few books characterize the advances made in laser chemistry, a box that's flourishing and whose destiny is certainly very intriguing. It used to be felt assembly that interested in the real questions being requested within the chemistry neighborhood, and on new and attainable instructions in laser chemistry, used to be wanted. This three-day convention, held on the California Institute of know-how, Pasadena, California, on March 20-22, 1978, coated 5 vital components in laser chemistry: Laser-induced chemistry, picosecond procedures and strategies, nonlinear optical spectroscopy and dephasing methods, multiphoton exci­ tation in molecules, and molecular dynamics by way of molecular beams.

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2 (e. t+1 _ E".. ) "{'-I· (55) As shown in Fig. 14 the quantum mechanical results follow, qualitatively, the shape of the classical curve. ) IV. Ergodicity and Reaction Rate -- Model Considerations Except for the com~arf~on of the Oxtoby-Rice predlctlons wHh the distribution of fragmentation lifetimes determined in Bunker's trajectory calculations. I have thus far confined the discussion to the behavior of the bound states of a system of coupled nonlinear oscillators. I now wish to consider the influence, or lack of influence, of the nature of intramolecular energy exchange on the rate of a fragmentation reaction.

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