Subpicosecond Infrared Spectroscopy: The Condensed Phase Photochemistry of Iron Carbonyls
The photochemistry of dinuclear transition metal carbonyls has been extensively studied in isolated matrices [1,2] and low temperature liquids [3,4] using conventional IR spectroscopic methods, and in ambient solution [5–8] using microsecond time-resolved IR techniques. While these studies have revealed long-lived photoproducts formed by visible and UV photolysis, they lack the time resolution necessary to address issues related to the primary events in the photodissociation of organometallic compounds.
KeywordsRecombination Carbonyl Convolution Cyclohexane Photodissociation
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