# OPTICAL-OPTICAL DOUBLE RESONANCE AND CAVITY RING-DOWN STUDIES ON THIOPHOSGENE

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 Title: OPTICAL-OPTICAL DOUBLE RESONANCE AND CAVITY RING-DOWN STUDIES ON THIOPHOSGENE Creators: Moule, D. C.; Lim, E. C.; Liu, H.; Judge, R. H. Issue Date: 2000 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: The first triplet electronic state of thiophosgene, $Cl_{2}CS$, has been studied by cavity ring-down absorption and OODR pump-probe methods. Under pulse amplified ring-laser conditions the OODR spectrum displays a simple yet unexpected line structure. Our analyses suggests that these lines can be attributed to the J=0 and J=1 rotational levels of the triplet state that do not undergo a rapid intersystem crossing to the high vibrational levels of the singlet ground electronic state. Description: Author Institution: Department of Chemistry, Brock University; Department of Chemistry, Univeristy of Akron; Knight Chemical Laboratory, University of Wisconsin-Parkside,; Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/19702 Other Identifiers: 2000-MI-05