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2010-09-07
2016-12-11

Abstract

The photodissociation of is studied by wave packet calculations using a global three-dimensional potential energy surface for the first excited state. It is shown that the weak vibrational structures of the absorption cross section are caused by large-amplitude NN stretch motion, combined with strong excitation of the bend as well as the O–NN stretch. Weakening of the NN bond toward the channel is the necessary prerequisite.

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