Extraordinary isotopic fractionation in ozone photolysis

@inproceedings{Miller2005ExtraordinaryIF,
  title={Extraordinary isotopic fractionation in ozone photolysis},
  author={Charles E Miller and Robert M. Onorato and M. Liang and Yuk L. Yung},
  year={2005}
}
Analysis of experimental ozone absorption spectra reveals that ultraviolet photolysis within the structured Huggins band yields extraordinary wavelength-dependent isotopic fractionation, oscillating between complete enrichment and complete depletion for changes of less than 2 nm in the excitation wavelength. Visible photolysis yields wavelength-dependent fractionation that varies from −300‰ to +300‰. Photochemical modeling demonstrates photolysis contributes fractionation up to +45‰ to the… CONTINUE READING

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