Laser induced fluorescence (LIF) was used to probe the internal energy modes of NCS resulting from the 248 nm photolysis of compounds RNCS (R=Me, Et). Accurate spectroscopic constants were determined for the excited vibrational levels for the first time. The NCS fragment was found to be highly excited in all three vibrational modes. Rotational motion was not as highly excited. The dissociation was found preferentially populate the upper spin-orbit component of the ground 2 state.
|State||Published - Oct 20 1988|
|Event||Advances in Laser Science-IV,Proceedings of the Fourth International Laser Science Conference - Atlanta, GA|
Duration: Oct 20 1988 → …
|Conference||Advances in Laser Science-IV,Proceedings of the Fourth International Laser Science Conference|
|Period||10/20/88 → …|