Two photon laser induced fluorescence of carbon atoms

Das, P. ; Ondrey, G. S. ; van Veen, N. ; Bersohn, R. (1983) Two photon laser induced fluorescence of carbon atoms Journal of Chemical Physics, 79 (2). pp. 724-726. ISSN 0021-9606

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Carbon atoms were generated by two photon absorption in carbon suboxide C3O2. Two photon laser induced fluorescence (LIF) excitation spectra using the 33DJ'←23PJ" at 287 nm and 41P1←21D2 at 284 nm transitions were intense showing that LIF is a convenient detection method for carbon atoms in their ground 3P and first excited 1D states. Calculated values of the relative intensities of the seven allowed J'←J'' transitions were in good agreement with experimental values.

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Keywords:Carbon Oxides; Dissociation; Fluorescence; Emission Spectra; Energy-level Transitions; Carbon; Multi-photon Processes; Laser Radiation
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