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Photo-control of bimolecular reactions: reactivity of the long-lived Rhodamine 6G triplet excited state with ˙NO

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Step-by-step photo-chemical mechanisms are becoming experimentally observable in extremely dilute environments as found in ion trap mass spectrometers where long lived excited species may react with controlled pressures of neutral reagents.
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hal-03372645 , version 1 (18-07-2022)

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Luke Macaleese, Bun Chan, Mathilde Bouakil, Philippe Dugourd, Richard O’hair. Photo-control of bimolecular reactions: reactivity of the long-lived Rhodamine 6G triplet excited state with ˙NO. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2021, 23 (44), pp.25038-25047. ⟨10.1039/D1CP02626G⟩. ⟨hal-03372645⟩
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