Raw ion images of Cl and fragments from the photodissociation of propionyl chloride at 248.5 [(a) and (b)] and 235 nm [(c) and (d)]. The laser is linearly polarized along the vertical direction in all images.
Center-of-mass translational energy distributions of the Cl and fragmentation from propionyl chloride at 235 and 248 nm. The open circles represent the experimental data. The solid lines denote the corresponding curve fit of the distributions and the dashed and dotted lines indicate the Gaussian fit of the high-kinetic energy components and the Boltzmann fit of the low-kinetic energy components, respectively. The arrows indicate the maximum kinetic energy available for one-photon dissociation.
Raw ion images of the CO and 1 levels in the photodissociation of propionyl chloride at 230 nm.
(upper) REMPI spectra of CO ( and 1) produced in the photodissociation of propionyl chloride near 230 nm. (lower) spectral simulation of the rotational state distributions of CO ( and 1) in the transition.
Power dependence of (a) the Cl and (b) the CO fragments obtained in the photodissociation of propionyl chloride at 235 and 230 nm, respectively.
determination by the fit of angular distribution for propionyl chloride at 235 nm. (a) for the Cl channel, and (b) for the channel.
Total available energies, translational energies, fractions of translational energy release, and anisotropy parameters of the chloride fragments in the photodissociation of propionyl chloride.
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