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An investigation of the photodissociation of methylazide at wavelengths from 292 nm to 325 nm is presented. Emission spectra and lifetime analysis show the existence of the triplet CH 3 N radical. A simple kinetic model is proposed to explain the observed fluorescence real time profile, which reflects the vibrational relaxation of hot radical at high pressures. The photodissociation dynamics of methylazide seems complex. The predominant channel is likely to produce CH 2 NH via concerteddoi:10.1063/1.472423 fatcat:di4j57cscrbplpkcz6jgi6evwm