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Laser-Induced Decomposition of Polyatomic Molecules: A Comparison of Theory with Experiment

  • M. F. Goodman
  • J. Stone
  • E. Thiele
Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 35)

Abstract

A theory of laser-induced multiple-photon dissociation is presented which gives a unified description of discrete and quasi-continuum level excitation and unimolecular decay. Comparisons are made with experiments on SF6 and CF2HCl, providing tests of predicted absorption properties over a broad range of molecular energies. Models for a restricted intramolecular flow of energy that would lead to nonrandomization of energy and non-RRKM behavior in the dissociation are analyzed. We suggest that for most systems, current experiments are insufficiently sensitive to rule out this possibility. The relationship of theory involving phenomenological T1 and T2 relaxation rates to the microscopic energy level picture is brought out. Theoretical techniques using a diagrammatic treatment of coherence effects are discussed. Finally, we review recent developments relating restricted coupling (restricted quantum exchange) to the energy dependence of linewidths and recent classical calculations which have awakened new interest in the possibility of laser-induced mode-selective chemistry.

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Heat Bath Polyatomic Molecule Bloch Equation Pump Mode Energy Shell 
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