Infrared spectroscopy of jet-cooled transient molecules
Free radicals are produced by excimer laser flash photolysis of a suitable precursor inside the nozzle of a pulsed slit jet and cooled by supersonic expansion from the slit. The infrared spectra of the radicals are then probed by a single-frequency color-center laser. This technique has been tested on the NH2 radical. © 1989.
Publication Source (Journal or Book title)
Chemical Physics Letters
Curl, R., Murray, K., Petri, M., Richnow, M., & Tittel, F. (1989). Infrared spectroscopy of jet-cooled transient molecules. Chemical Physics Letters, 161 (2), 98-102. https://doi.org/10.1016/0009-2614(89)85038-9