A variety of outcomes drawn from time-resolved, laser induced fluorescence-detected Raman-UV double-resonance (DR) and IR-UV DR experiments on spectroscopy and collision-induced dynamics in acetylene and its deuterated isotopomers were presented. The results illustrated the interchange of detailed spectroscopic analysis of DR excitation schemes and correlated rovibrational energy transfer processes, integrating much of the principles and practice of a field over which Gerhard Herzberg has presided for more than fifty years.
|Number of pages||15|
|Journal||Canadian journal of physics|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 1994|