Pulse Radiolysis Studies of Collisional Deexcitation of Ne(3P1) by H2

Deba Bahadur Khadka
2015 Journal of Institute of Science and Technology  
<p>The cross sections for the deexcitation of Ne(<sup>3</sup>P<sub>1) by H<sub>2</sub> have been measured as a function of the mean collisional energy in the range of 17.3-37.9 meV or in the temperature range from 134 K to 293 K using a pulse radiolysis method as combined with time-resolved optical absorption spectroscopy. The deexcitation cross sections are in the range of 2.1- 5.6 Å<sup>2</sup> for Ne(<sup>3</sup>P<sub>1</sub>) and nearly constant or increase slightly with increasing the
more » ... sional energy.</sub></p><p>Journal of Institute of Science and Technology, 2014, <strong>19(1): </strong>75-78</p>
doi:10.3126/jist.v19i1.13831 fatcat:vkffbarcu5h6fervf43ew5lc7a