|A complete photodissociation dynamics of CF2I2 in solution probed by time-resolved infrared spectroscopy|
: 494 : 2019.04.10 14:50
|일시 : 2019.04.10 17:00|
|소속 : 부산대학교 화학과|
|발표자 : 임만호|
|장소 : R404|
Although chemical reaction dynamics of isolated molecules has been extensively explored and understood, that in liquid phase is much less comprehended due to the complication of solvent-solute interaction. One strategy to study reaction dynamics in solution is comparing solution-phase reactions with their gas-phase counterparts. The comparison helps us to explore which ideas from the study of gas phase reaction can be applied to that in solution . Recent advances in ultrafast spectroscopic techniques make it possible to obtain a detailed information on the reaction dynamics in liquids. In particular, time-resolved infrared (IR) spectroscopy can probe transient molecular structures involved in chemical reaction pathways, providing critical information needed in solving the mechanisms of chemical reactions . Here, photodissociation dynamics of CF2I2in c-C6H12 at 293K was probed by time-resolved IR spectroscopy in the time range from sub picosecond to microsecond. We were able to compose a complete photolysis dynamics of CF2I2 in solution including the fate of all the produced intermediates.
Fig. 1: A complete reaction scheme of photoexcited CF2I2 in c-C6H12 undergoing various secondary reactions (red, green, blue, and gray arrows) including a complex and an isomer formation, after ultrafast two- or three-body dissociations (purple arrow). The primary photoreactions are indicated by purple arrows and the secondary reactions by. GR, iso, and BR represent geminate rebinding, isomerization and bimolecular rebinding, respectively.
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