Two-photon photochemistry of carbon disulfide: formation of sulfur (S2)(v.ltoreq.2) and carbon monosulfide(v.ltoreq.10) at 308 nm

@inproceedings{Sapers1990TwophotonPO,
  title={Two-photon photochemistry of carbon disulfide: formation of sulfur (S2)(v.ltoreq.2) and carbon monosulfide(v.ltoreq.10) at 308 nm},
  author={Steven P. Sapers and Donald J. Donaldson},
  year={1990}
}
Room-temperature CS{sub 2} is photolyzed at 308 nm in a low-pressure flow cell. Laser-excited fluorescence is used to observe both CS(v{le}10) and S{sub 2}(v{le}2) products 10 {mu}s after the excimer laser pulse. Both products display a quadratic dependence on the excimer laser intensity. These results are consistent with a two-photon excitation of CS{sub 2} to a high-lying electronic state (near 154 nm) which predissociates to S and CS, followed by reaction of the S atom with undissociated CS… CONTINUE READING

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