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Collisionless production of C2(a 3π u ) in an intense infrared laser field
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12.By LIF intensity we mean the total observed fluorescence signal integrated in time.
13.By luminescence we mean fluorescence which is not dye laser induced, e.g., emission from electronically excited fragments produced via MPD.
14.Since we only dissociate of the parent species into small free radicals which could conceivably produce molecules by collisions, there are only collisions between the onset of the laser and the dye laser that could result in molecules (assuming every collision produces a molecule) in the volume which is photolyzed. Given the PMT quantum efficiency, the fluorescence collection efficiency, the distribution of molecules over their various energy states, and the number of these states which interact with the dye laser, the fluorescence spectral selectivity, and the transmission of the various windows, filters, and lenses, it is not possible for us to detect only species.
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