Photoinduced Bond Cleavage as a Probe of Mode Specificity and Intramolecular Dynamics in Rovibrationally Excited Triatomic to 10 Atom Molecules Academic Article uri icon


  • Photophysics and photochemistry have been very active fields of research for a long time, benefiting from developments in experimental and theoretical methods and from the interplay between them, which sparked off further progress in exploration, understanding, and even control of processes in molecules at the quantum level. Light-induced excitation of molecules out of their ground electronic state to excited potential energy surfaces (PESs), where they evolve to products, has been thoroughly studied [1, 2]. By considering the …

publication date

  • April 18, 2016