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Infrared fluorescence, a versatile probe in chemical dynamics

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The study of reactive and inelastic energy transfer collision events forms a cornerstone of modern chemical dynamics and kinetics. Infrared fluorescence (IRF) was one of the earliest techniques applied to detailed measurements of molecular states involved in reactions. Results from our laboratory are presented in which state-of-the-art IRF is used to study a broad spectrum of problems in chemical dynamics. The examples include laser-initiated chemical reactions involving molecular elimination of diatomics, competition between reactive and inelastic collision events and intermolecular vibrational energy redistribution dynamics. The prospects for future innovations in the study of chemical dynamics using time-resolved FT-IR emission spectroscopy are discussed.


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