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

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Smith, and E. Bauer, Appl. , 10, 1848 (1971). R. A. Beyer and W. C. Lineberger, J. Chem. , 62, 4024 (1975). R. W. Nicholls, J . Res. Nail. Bur. Std. , 68A,535 (1964). M. Asscher and Y. Haas, J . Chem. , 71, 2724 (1979) and to be published. M. Asscher, Y. Haas, M. P. Roellig and P. L. Houston, J . , 72, 768 (1980). Advance in Chemical Physics, VolumeXLVII Edited by Joshua Jortner, Raphael D. Levine, Stuart A. Rice Copyright © 1981 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. INFRARED LASER-ENHANCED DIFFUSION CLOUD REACTIONS MARK EYAL, URI AGAM, AND FREDERICK R.

Examples of the resulting spectra are shown in Fig. 4. Attention is drawn to the spectrum, assigned to C ( u = 1). It has been stated35that this state is not observed in emission, due to fast predissociation. 36 Two-photon excitation leads to straightforward assignment: The structure shown in Fig. 4 agrees with calculated Franck-Condon factors and with band positions. These results and the fact that the spectrum is obtained only on excitation to the C(u= 1) state unambiguously determine the assignment.

The fast reaction with SF, could easily be observed even at low pressures. The absence of any signal with ethylene is a good indication that what is being observed is in fact the laser-excited rate. ” This implies that a reaction is occurring which is sufficiently exothermic to excite the sodium D line. The chemiluminescent reaction, which occurs only at high sodium and low SF, concentrations, is probably due to the removal of a second or third fluorine atom from the sulfur by a sodium dimer. That is, Na + S F p S F , + NaF + Na* in addition to the normal reaction.

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