Sarandis Marinakis and co-workers presented the first joint experimental and theoretical study of differential cross-sections for inelastic scattering of fully state-specified OH with He and Ar using velocity-map imaging in a crossed-molecular-beam arrangement. Hydroxyl radicals (OH) are important in many chemical systems, including combustion and atmospheric reactions, however experimentally measuring their velocities in specific internal quantum states has proved difficult. The ARC supported this work through the implementation of Hibridon, software for Molecular Inelastic Scattering and Photodissociation on its systems.
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