Relaxation of excited methyl radicals produced in the flash photolysis of dimethylmercury

In the flash photolysis of Me2Hg, approx. 85% of the Me radicals are produced in excited states. From a study of the relaxation rate in various gases, i.e. He, Ar, O2, it is evident that the free radicals are excited vibrationally and it is suggested that the rate is controlled by the out-of-plane bending mode. There was no dependence on pressure at >=3 torr for the combination of the Me radicals.


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Chemical Physics Letters, 5, 1, 23-25
Year:
1970
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Copyright 2003 ACS
CAPLUS
AN 1970:420401
CAN 73:20401
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Radiation Chemistry, Photochemistry, and Photographic Processes
Phys. Chem. Lab.,Cambridge,UK. FIELD URL:
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CHPLBC
written in English.
Photolysis (of dimethylmercury, relaxation of excited methyl radicals in)
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