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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 1975, Volume 2, Number 7, Pages 1379–1389 (Mi qe11412)  

Distribution over vibrational levels of molecules formed in chemical reactions

A. A. Stepanov, V. A. Shcheglov


Abstract: The harmonic oscillator model is used in the derivation of general functions describing the distribution of molecules with excited vibrational levels formed as a result of chemical reactions. Allowance is made for the vibration-vibrational (vv) exchange and vibration-translational (vT) relaxation. Specific reactions are considered and it is shown that the formulas obtained can be used to calculate the population inversion density and unsaturated gain for any vibration-rotational transition of a laser-active molecule.

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Soviet Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1975, 5:7, 741–746

UDC: 621.378.9:539.01.043
PACS: 82.20.R, 82.30.E
Received: 29.10.1974

Citation: A. A. Stepanov, V. A. Shcheglov, “Distribution over vibrational levels of molecules formed in chemical reactions”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 2:7 (1975), 1379–1389 [Sov J Quantum Electron, 5:7 (1975), 741–746]

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