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Rate coefficients for reaction and for rotational energy transfer in collisions between CN in selected rotational levels (, , , 1, 6, 10, 15, and 20) and
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

PLIF signals from CN[, , (●) ] radicals as a function of time delay between the pulses from the pump and probe lasers in a mixture of a trace of NCNO in of 3:1 mixture of and at . The continuous curve shows the simulation for achieved by the procedure outlined in the text [Eqs. (2a) and (2b)]. The inset shows PLIF signals from CN[, , (●) ] generated in of pure at .

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FIG. 2.

A plot of pseudo-first-order rate coefficients for the removal of CN(, , ) as a function of the concentration of included in at a total pressure of . Under these conditions rotational relaxation is very rapid and the gradient of the line corresponds to the second-order rate constant for reaction between and .

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FIG. 3.

Plots of pseudo-first-order rate coefficients for the total removal of CN radicals from the rotational level in the state as a function of the total concentration of a 2:1 mixture of and . After correction for the effects of , the gradients yield the second-order rate coefficients for total removal (by rotational energy transfer and reaction) of CN from the specified rotational levels.

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FIG. 4.

Comparison of the rate coefficients for total removal of CN radicals from specified rotational levels in collisions with (엯) and (●).

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FIG. 5.

Double resonance spectrum obtained, following the excitation of CN to , , by scanning the wavelength of the probe laser with delay between the pump and probe laser pulses. The total pressure of the gas was . Insert (a) shows the time dependence of the PLIF signals from and and 2 following excitation of CN(, ) in the same gas mixture, with the vertical dashed line marking the time delay used to take double resonance spectrum. Insert (b) presents state-to-state rotational energy transfer rate coefficients derived by the procedure described in the text.

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FIG. 6.

Comparison of the rate coefficients for total removal from selected rotational levels (엯) with the sums of the state-to-state rate coefficients for rotational energy transfer from the same set of levels (◻).

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FIG. 7.

The main panel compares the rotationally state-selected rate coefficients for reaction between CN and (i.e., ) measured in the present work (●) and interpolated for other rotational levels (엯), assuming that the rotationally state-selected rate coefficients for reaction depend exponentially on , with the thermal rate constant (---) at and with (⋯) corresponding to the reaction rate based on the interpolated values. The insert shows (●) the contributions to the thermal rate constant from different CN rotational levels compared with a curve (——) showing the variation of the equilibrium rotational populations at .

Tables

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Table I.

State-to-state rate coefficients, , for the transfer of CN radicals from rotational levels to rotational levels in (, ) in collisions with at . Errors in the values of are given at the level of . Figures in brackets are values of estimated using the PGF analysis described in the text.

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Scitation: Rate coefficients for reaction and for rotational energy transfer in collisions between CN in selected rotational levels (XΣ+2, v=2, N=0, 1, 6, 10, 15, and 20) and C2H2
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