"Bubble" dynamics following Rydberg state excitation in rare gas matrixes

The bubble build-up following Rydberg state excitation in rare gas matrixes was modeled on a system comprising NO mols. trapped in Ar matrixes. The bubble formation was probed in real time using the time-resolved fluorescence depletion technique. The NO mols. were excited to their A2S+/3ss(v=0) state. Following excitation, the cage reached its equil. configuration on a timescale of 3.8-4.5 ps, depending on the excitation energy. [on SciFinder (R)]


Published in:
Ultrafast Phenomena X, 286-287
Year:
1996
Publisher:
Berlin, Springer
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