ATOMIC sulphur and vibrationally excited CS have been observed in flashed CS2 vapour, under isothermal conditions1,2. Removal of the atomic sulphur by addition of oxygen decreased the rate of decay of the excited CS, and it was therefore suggested that the process may cause rapid relaxation.
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CALLEAR, A., TYERMAN, W. Unusual Observations on Flashing Carbon Diselenide. Nature 202, 1326–1327 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1038/2021326a0
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