Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 23 Issue 3 September 1984 pp 321-325 Molecular Physics
In the flash-photolysis of oxazole and isoxazole, new transient absorption bands are observed in the region 3080–3670 A. Vibrational analysis of these bands showed that they can be arranged into two electronic systems with their origin bands at 3333.60 A and 3367.01 A. Based on the experimental conditions under which the bands are produced and on the analysis of their vibrational and gross-rotational structure, these bands are assigned to a new carrier, the HCCO free radical.
Volume 30 Issue 6 June 1988 pp 529-533 Atomic And Molecular Physics
In the flash photolysis of thiazole at low pressure without any diluent, the 0–0, 1–1 and 0–1 bands of the CN violet system were observed in absorption; the 0–0 band at 3883·4 Å showed a high rotational excitation corresponding to a temperature of ⋍2000 K. The addition of argon makes the NCS bands appear with good intensity and at the same time relaxes the CN rotationally and vibrationally. These observations suggest that highly excited NCS is initially formed in the photodecomposition of thiazole which acted as a precursor to the rotationally and vibrationally excited CN radical. This paper deals with studies on the effect of argon on the relative intensities of CN and NCS and on the non-thermal rotational and vibrational intensity distribution of the CN violet system. The mechanism of formation of rotationally unrelaxed CN in the flash photolysis of thiazole has been proposed.
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