Dan-na Zhou, Rui Mao, Li-min Zhang, Qun Zhang, Yang Chen. Photodissociation of 2-Bromobutane by Ion-velocity Map Imaging Technique[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2011, 24(6): 647-652. doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/24/06/647-652
Citation: Dan-na Zhou, Rui Mao, Li-min Zhang, Qun Zhang, Yang Chen. Photodissociation of 2-Bromobutane by Ion-velocity Map Imaging Technique[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2011, 24(6): 647-652. doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/24/06/647-652

Photodissociation of 2-Bromobutane by Ion-velocity Map Imaging Technique

doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/24/06/647-652
Funds:  This work was supported by the National Nat-ural Science Foundation of China (No.21073177, No.20673107, and No.20873133), the Ministry of Sci-ence and Technology of China (No.2007CB815203 and No.2010CB923302), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (No.KJCX2-YW-N24 and No.KJCX2-EW-W09), the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Univer-sities of China (No.WK2340000012), and the USTC-NSRL Joint Funds (No.KY2340000021).
  • Received Date: 2011-08-19
  • The photodissociation dynamics of 2-bromobutane has been investigated at 233.62 and 233.95 nm by ion-velocity map imaging technique coupled with resonance-enhanced mul-tiphoton ionization. The speed and angular distribution of Br and Br* fragments were determined from the map images. The two Gaussian components, shown in the speed dis-tributions of Br and Br* atoms, are suggested to attribute to the two independent reaction paths of photodissociation for 2-bromobutane at 233.62 and 233.95 nm. The high-energy component is related to the prompt dissociation along the C-Br stretching mode, and the low-energy component to the dissociation from the repulsive mode with bending and C-Br stretching combination. The contributions of the excited 3Q0, 3Q1, and 1Q1 states to the products (Br and Br*) were discussed. Relative quantum yield of 0.924 for Br(2P3/2) at about 234 nm in the photodissociation of 2-bromobutane is derived.
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Photodissociation of 2-Bromobutane by Ion-velocity Map Imaging Technique

doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/24/06/647-652
Funds:  This work was supported by the National Nat-ural Science Foundation of China (No.21073177, No.20673107, and No.20873133), the Ministry of Sci-ence and Technology of China (No.2007CB815203 and No.2010CB923302), the Chinese Academy of Sciences (No.KJCX2-YW-N24 and No.KJCX2-EW-W09), the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Univer-sities of China (No.WK2340000012), and the USTC-NSRL Joint Funds (No.KY2340000021).

Abstract: The photodissociation dynamics of 2-bromobutane has been investigated at 233.62 and 233.95 nm by ion-velocity map imaging technique coupled with resonance-enhanced mul-tiphoton ionization. The speed and angular distribution of Br and Br* fragments were determined from the map images. The two Gaussian components, shown in the speed dis-tributions of Br and Br* atoms, are suggested to attribute to the two independent reaction paths of photodissociation for 2-bromobutane at 233.62 and 233.95 nm. The high-energy component is related to the prompt dissociation along the C-Br stretching mode, and the low-energy component to the dissociation from the repulsive mode with bending and C-Br stretching combination. The contributions of the excited 3Q0, 3Q1, and 1Q1 states to the products (Br and Br*) were discussed. Relative quantum yield of 0.924 for Br(2P3/2) at about 234 nm in the photodissociation of 2-bromobutane is derived.

Dan-na Zhou, Rui Mao, Li-min Zhang, Qun Zhang, Yang Chen. Photodissociation of 2-Bromobutane by Ion-velocity Map Imaging Technique[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2011, 24(6): 647-652. doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/24/06/647-652
Citation: Dan-na Zhou, Rui Mao, Li-min Zhang, Qun Zhang, Yang Chen. Photodissociation of 2-Bromobutane by Ion-velocity Map Imaging Technique[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2011, 24(6): 647-652. doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/24/06/647-652

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