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Theoretical Study of Photodissociation of Low Lying Excited States of Hydrogen Peroxide

Liu, Y.-J.; Persson, Petter LU and Lunell, Sten (2004) In Molecular Physics 102(23 & 24). p.2575-2584
Abstract
In order to explain recent photofragmentation experiments of hydrogen peroxide, the vertical excitation energies, potential-energy curves and surfaces, harmonic vibrational frequencies, and transition moments for a number of low lying excited states were calculated. The accessibility of different photodissociation channels for different excitation wavelengths was discussed, on the basis of the calculated results.
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Molecular Physics
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102
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23 & 24
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2575 - 2584
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Taylor & Francis
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1362-3028
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10.1080/0026897042000274973
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  pages        = {2575--2584},
  publisher    = {Taylor & Francis},
  series       = {Molecular Physics},
  title        = {Theoretical Study of Photodissociation of Low Lying Excited States of Hydrogen Peroxide},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0026897042000274973},
  volume       = {102},
  year         = {2004},
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