Topics in molecule surface scattering and multiphoton excitation dynamics
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Topics in molecule surface scattering and multiphoton excitation dynamics by Katharine Birgitta Whaley

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Published in 1984 .
Written in English

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Statementby Katharine Birgitta Whaley.
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 84/327 (Q)
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 331 leaves
Number of Pages331
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2960610M
LC Control Number84204553

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GLO has been successfully used to study the role of the so-called dynamics precursor in the dissociative adsorption of H 2 on Pd(). 53 Finally, it should be pointed out that ab initio molecular dynamics is called to play a prominent role in describing the energy exchange between the molecule and the surface. Using an electrostatic hexapole focusing technique a state selected NO [2 Π 1/2 (J=1/2, Ω=1/2, M J =1/2)] beam is produced. This selected state has a preferential orientation of the internuclear axis with respect to an electrostatic field. By scattering this beam from a crystal placed in a homogeneous electrostatic field steric effects in gas–surface scattering can be by: 7. Abstract. Multi-photon microscopy (MPM), which is based on molecular excitation by multi-photon absorption (MPA) and is usually combined with laser-scanning microscopy (LSM), has fulfilled its early promise (Denk et al., ), as evidenced by continued growth of its application to vital imaging of biological systems (for a recent collection of reprints, see Masters, ).Cited by: The reactive scattering of O 2, from a pulsed molecular beam, with a hot Si() (about K) has been studied with resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization (REMPI) mass spectroscopy in the wavelength region between and nm (F 1 Σ + ←X 1 Σ + and H 1 Σ + ←X 1 Σ +).The vibrational and rotational state distributions of scattered SiO species are Boltzmann with temperature near.

  The scattering behaviors of xenon and argon molecules reflected at a platinum surface are studied by the molecular dynamics (MD) method for the gas‐surface interaction. Distributions of molecular velocities after reflection are obtained for the impinging molecules with specified velocities within a small range. Vibrational (V)–rotational (R)–translational (T) energy transfer in the inelastic scattering processes of a diatomic molecule–stationary surface system has been investigated by three different theoretical approaches. The V–T–R energy distribution in the gas–surface collision is studied by quasiclassical trajectory calculations employing a modified semiempirical London–Eyring. Surface scattering experiments with atomic or molecular beams yield important information on the dynamics of adsorption, desorption and chemical reactions at solid surfaces. As long as only atoms are involved the measurement of the angular distribution and momentum change of the scattered particles provide sufficient insight in the scattering. The theory for determination of molecular alignment from circular dichroism in photoelectron angular distributions is generalized to treat the case in which the excitation polarization direction and the laboratory z axis do not coincide. A new method of data analysis is presented here. Alignment created by surface scattering or photofragmentation should be obtainable by these procedures.

T-phases excited by suboceanic earthquakes are classified into two types: abyssal phases which are excited near the earthquake epicenter at seafloor depths far below the SOFAR velocity channel, and slope T-phases which are excited at continental, or ocean island slopes and ridges at distances up to several hundreds of kilometers from the epicenter. In this article, it is demonstrated that. Partial S K β RIXS cross sections σ μ ðω; ω 0 Þ [see Eq. (9)] of the CS 2 molecule corresponding to the scattering through the j1s −1 3π u i and j1s −1 6σ u =7σ g i core-excited states. Molecular Rotational Excitation 0 50 Final rotational energy (meV) 10−6 0 20 40 60 80 Final rotational energy(meV) 10−3 10−2 10 E i • Useful theory for describing molecule-surface scattering. Judson Powers Jason Brown Anil Kota Fan Guoqing Iryna . The decay of the valence state of the bare TDMAE molecule has been analysed in a cold supersonic beam after excitation at nm, in a former work[6]. The ionisation potential of TDMAE is sufficiently low that excitation of the valence state at nm allows probing the V state at nm with an excess energy of eV.