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Velocity imaging: applications in molecular oxygen photophysics
Author(s): Andre T.J.B. Eppink; Barbel De Bakker; David H. Parker
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Paper Abstract

Velocity imaging, an improvement of the ion imaging method, is described and applied to a study of photodissociation of molecular oxygen. The electrostatic immersion lens introduced in this technique has the special property of projecting out the velocity information of a fragment formed in a photodissociation process, independent of the initial position of the fragment. This results in better image quality, thus more detailed information on the dynamics of collision and half-collision events. Photodissociation of molecular oxygen in the region of the Herzberg and Schumann- Runge continua using velocity imaging is discussed.

Paper Details

Date Published: 15 May 1998
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 3271, Laser Techniques for State-Selected and State-to-State Chemistry IV, (15 May 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.308409
Show Author Affiliations
Andre T.J.B. Eppink, Univ. of Nijmegen (Netherlands)
Barbel De Bakker, Univ. of Nijmegen (Netherlands)
David H. Parker, Univ. of Nijmegen (Netherlands)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3271:
Laser Techniques for State-Selected and State-to-State Chemistry IV
John W. Hepburn; Robert E. Continetti; Mark A. Johnson, Editor(s)

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