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In this Comment we submit the results of an experiment in which we use the technique of time-resolved photoelectron velocity map imaging to probe the intramolecular dynamics occurring following the preparation of the 35 vibrational level in S p-difluorobenzene with a 1 ps laser pulse. The extracted photoelectron angular distributions are discussed in the context of earlier comparable measurements from our group [J. Chem. Phys. , 1438 (1999)], and we conclude that the specific interpretation of the earlier results was incorrect as a consequence of systematic errors that are removed in the present study.


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