Nonstatistical Behavior in the Vibrational Predissociation Dynamics of Binary and Tertiary Complexes
Near infrared laser-molecular beam spectroscopy has been used to study a wide range of van der Waals and hydrogen bonded molecules. In this article we discuss (1) the geometrical structure of selected systems, (2) mode dependent vibrational predissociation of these species, (3) the determination of intermolecular vibrational frequencies from near infrared spectroscopy and (4) the effects of intermolecular vibrational excitation on the vibrational predissociation dynamics.
KeywordsNear Infrared Spectroscopy Combination Band Hydrogen Cyanide Cyclic Isomer Combination Difference
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