Abstract

Subpicosecond pulse radiolysis system was developed by using subpicosecond electron pulse from L-band linear accelerator and femtosecond laser pulse. Timing-jitter compensation system and double beam method were used to get high time-resolution and high reliability. The geminate ion recombination in n-dodecane was investigated by using the subpicosecond pulse radiolysis. The geminate decay of cation radical after 50 ps can be explained by the diffusion theory. However, the difference between the experimental result and the theory was observed within 50 ps.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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