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Halogenated benzene radical cations and ground state degeneracy splitting by asymmetric substitution

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Halogenated benzene radical cations and ground state degeneracy splitting by asymmetric substitution; 1981; Article; Journal; Journal of Chemical Physics; Bondybey, V. E.; Vaughn, C. R.; Miller, T. A.; English, J. H.; Shiley, R. H.

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The absorption and laser induced fluorescence of several halogenated benzene radical cations were studied in solid Ne matrices. The spectra of 1,2,4-trifluorobenzene, l,3-dichloro-5-fluorobenzene, and l-chloro-3,5- difluorobenzene radical cations are observed and analyzed. Studies of fluorescence polarization and a photoselection technique were used to examine the splitting of the degeneracy of the benzene cation ground state by asymmetric subsitution. ?? 1981 American Institute of Physics.

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