Studies of Photoionization of CF3 I by Femtosecond Time-resolved Mass Spectrometry
- Received Date: 2002-11-25
- Femtosecond, Pump-probe, Photonionization, Lifetime /
Abstract: The multi-photon dissociative photoionization dynamics of CF3I has been studied with femtosecond two-color pump-probe time of flight mass spectra at a pump pulse of 265 nm and a probe pulse of 398 nm. The life constants of CF3I+ and its fragment ions CF3+ and I+ are obtained as (96±7), (198±130) and (167±6)fs, respectively. The multi-photon dynamics leading to these ions differ. CF3I+ corresponds to a (1+2′) transition with one-photon pump excitation to the A band of CF3I. CF3+ are mainly formed by a tow-photon probe excitation to the CF3+ with subsequent dissociation of parent ions. I+ are produced in (2+2′) combined with (1+1′+2′) process. The results provide information on the multi-photon pathways involved.
|Citation:||Yin Shuhui, Liu Hongping, Zhang Jianyang, Jiang Bo, Wang Li, Sha Guohe, Lou Nanquan. Studies of Photoionization of CF3 I by Femtosecond Time-resolved Mass Spectrometry[J]. Chinese Journal of Chemical Physics , 2003, 16(1): 3-8. doi: 10.1088/1674-0068/16/1/3-8|