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Multiphoton dissociative ionization of tert-pentyl bromide near 265 nm
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10.1063/1.3671368
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Figures

Image of FIG. 1.
FIG. 1.

Typical time-of-flight mass spectra recorded with 265 nm photolysis of tert-pentyl bromide. The lower solid (blue) and upper dashed (red) lines correspond to the two cases when the laser wavelength is tuned on and off resonance with the Br atomic line, respectively.

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FIG. 2.

Raw images of Br* and Br recorded at 264.86 and 264.77 nm, respectively, for tert-pentyl bromide. The polarization of the photolysis laser is vertical and set to be parallel to the detector plane.

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FIG. 3.

Speed distributions of Br* and Br derived from the corresponding images shown in Fig. 2. The circles (black) represent the experimental data, the dotted lines (blue) show the best-fitting profiles using three Gaussian functions, and the solid lines (red) are sums of the simulated distributions.

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FIG. 4.

Angular distributions of Br* and Br for each energy component formed on 265 nm photolysis of tert-pentyl bromide. The circles (black) represent the experimental data, and the solid lines (blue) show the best-fitting profiles.

Image of FIG. 5.
FIG. 5.

Raw images of recorded at 263, 265, 267 nm for tert-pentyl bromide. The polarization of the photolysis laser is vertical and set to be parallel to the detector plane.

Image of FIG. 6.
FIG. 6.

Speed distributions of derived from the corresponding images shown in Fig. 5. The circles (black) represent the experimental data, the dotted lines (blue) show the best-fitting profiles using three Gaussian functions, and the solid lines (red) are sums of the simulated distributions.

Tables

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Table I.

Energy partitionings, anisotropy parameter β, and relative contribution of each component in the Br(Br*) formation channel for tert-pentyl bromide (TPB). E avl denotes the available energy, 〈E T〉 the average translational energy, 〈E int〉 the average internal energy. Energies are in kJ/mol.

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Table II.

The average translational energy, anisotropy parameter β, and relative contribution of each component in the formation channel for tert-pentyl bromide (TPB). 〈E T〉 denotes the average translational energy in kJ/mol.

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Scitation: Multiphoton dissociative ionization of tert-pentyl bromide near 265 nm
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/135/24/10.1063/1.3671368
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