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Application of quantum mechanical methods to chemical reactions
A variety of quantum mechanical methods have been developed and applied to the study of highly energized "pre-reactive" species involved in chemical reactions. We have examined the character of transition states for both ...
CARS studies of the quenching of excited sulfur atoms by rare gases: Fine structure selectivity in electronic-to-translational energy transfer
In the first use of the Raman effect to detect sulfur atoms, transient CARS spectroscopy has revealed novel relaxation effects in sulfur formed through multiple photon excitation of carbon disulfide vapor. Ground term ...