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Author Nikolića, J. D. ♦ Rabasovićb, M. D. ♦ Markushevb, D. D.
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Dissociation Yield ♦ Different Gas Mixture ♦ Buffer Gas ♦ Absorption Process ♦ Pac Number ♦ Functional Dependence ♦ Simple Method ♦ Collisional Effect ♦ Different Mixture ♦ Theoretical Vibrational Energy Distribution ♦ Laser Pulse ♦ Absorbed Photon ♦ High Fluence Regime ♦ Molecular Excitation Level ♦ Multiphoton Absorption ♦ Mean Number ♦ Irradiated Molecule
Abstract Influence of the buffer gas on the multiphoton absorption and dissoci-ation in different mixtures was investigated. Simple method based on the empirical and theoretical vibrational energy distribution is applied for high fluence regime. Collisional effects of buffer gas (Ar) are introduced to en-hance the absorption and relaxation of irradiated molecules (SF6 and C2H4). Functional dependences of mean number of absorbed photons per molecule (〈n〉total) on the molecular excitation level are presented, enabling us to con-firm or predict the level of excitation, number of molecules directly involved in the absorption process and dissociated during the laser pulse. PACS numbers: 39.30.+w, 82.80.Kq, 07.57.Ty 1.
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study