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By David H. Volman, George S. Hammond, Douglas C. Neckers

A part of a continual sequence which explores the frontiers of photochemical study, this quantity comprises reviews by means of specialists within the box who significantly examine current information.

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Co-adding of successive spectra, which is not necessary for SS instruments, requires that the absolute, as well as the relative, optical path difference is known precisely, and serious errors will result if successive interferograms do not begin exactly at the same point (nanometer accuracy is required after scans of several centimeters). 22cm-l. 61 cm-'. It is ' 30 G . HANCOCK AND D. E. HEARD doubtful, even with a larger mirror travel, that higher resolutions could be obtained with such a simple S S instrument because of the problem of keeping the mirror absolutely stationary during data acquisition over the entire scan.

A marked induction time for formation of CO2(O,0,l) was observed. Figure 23 shows the temporal behavior of the emission transmitted by filters centered at 1873 and 2066 cm-' respectively, at a variety of oxygen atom pressures. In both cases the rising and falling rates increase with [O], and the timescale is compressed for the lower wavenumbers. Cascading of population from higher levels complicates the analysis of data such as those of Figure 23b, but this problem is minimized at the lowest wavenumber emission.

The symmetry of the acetone molecule ensures that concerted breaking of the two bonds would impart no rotational angular momentum to the C O fragment. If, on the other hand, one methyl radical were to depart first, it would leave a highly excited bent acetyl radical fragment, the breakup of which would result in high rotational excitation of CO. With the CS timeresolved method, Leone et al. were able to record sequences of spectra of the vibrationally and rotationally excited C O fragment from acetone, at various pressures and times after the ArF photolysis pulse [48].

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