VUV photon induced fluorescence study of SF5CF3

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VUV photon induced fluorescence study of SF5CF3. / Alvarez Ruiz, Jesus; Kivimäki, Antti; Stankiewicz, Marek; Melero García, Emilio; Coreno, Marcello; Ali, Sahangir; Koperski, Jaroslaw; Rachlew, Elisabeth; Vall-llosera I Serrano, Gemma; Feyer, Vitaliy; Tuckett, Richard; de Simone, M.

In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 8, No. 44, 10.10.2006, p. 5199-5206.

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Alvarez Ruiz, J, Kivimäki, A, Stankiewicz, M, Melero García, E, Coreno, M, Ali, S, Koperski, J, Rachlew, E, Vall-llosera I Serrano, G, Feyer, V, Tuckett, R & de Simone, M 2006, 'VUV photon induced fluorescence study of SF5CF3', Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol. 8, no. 44, pp. 5199-5206. https://doi.org/10.1039/b609314k

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Alvarez Ruiz, J., Kivimäki, A., Stankiewicz, M., Melero García, E., Coreno, M., Ali, S., Koperski, J., Rachlew, E., Vall-llosera I Serrano, G., Feyer, V., Tuckett, R., & de Simone, M. (2006). VUV photon induced fluorescence study of SF5CF3. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 8(44), 5199-5206. https://doi.org/10.1039/b609314k

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Alvarez Ruiz J, Kivimäki A, Stankiewicz M, Melero García E, Coreno M, Ali S et al. VUV photon induced fluorescence study of SF5CF3. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2006 Oct 10;8(44):5199-5206. https://doi.org/10.1039/b609314k

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Alvarez Ruiz, Jesus ; Kivimäki, Antti ; Stankiewicz, Marek ; Melero García, Emilio ; Coreno, Marcello ; Ali, Sahangir ; Koperski, Jaroslaw ; Rachlew, Elisabeth ; Vall-llosera I Serrano, Gemma ; Feyer, Vitaliy ; Tuckett, Richard ; de Simone, M. / VUV photon induced fluorescence study of SF5CF3. In: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2006 ; Vol. 8, No. 44. pp. 5199-5206.

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abstract = "The interaction of SF\(_5\)CF\(_3\) with vacuum-UV radiation has been investigated by photon induced fluorescence spectroscopy. Total fluorescence yield and dispersed fluorescence spectra of SF\(_5\)CF\(_3\) were recorded in the 200-1000 nm fluorescence window. In all cases, the fluorescence spectra resemble those of CF\(_3\)X (X=H, F, Cl, and Br) molecules. At photon energies below 20 eV, the emission is attributed to the excited CF\(_3\) and CF\(_2\) fragments. The threshold for the CF\(_3\) emission is 10.2 ± 0.2 eV, giving an upper-limit estimate for the SF\(_5\)-CF\(_3\) bond dissociation energy of 3.9 ± 0.3 eV. The excitation functions of the CF3 and CF2 emissions were measured in the photon energy range 13.6 – 27.0 eV. The resonant structures observed in SF\(_5\)CF\(_3\) are attributed to electronic transitions from valence to Rydberg orbitals, following similar assignments in CF\(_3\)X molecules. The photoabsorption spectrum of SF\(_5\)CF\(_3\) shows features at the same energies, indicating a strong contribution from Rydberg excitations.",
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