Angle-resolved ion yield (ARIY) spectroscopy has been carried out on high-temperature N2O molecules. From spectra recorded at 300 K (room temperature) and at 700 K, symmetry-resolved absorption profiles of the N 1s-1 3π and O 1s-1 3π resonances have been extracted from molecules in the vibrational ground state and in bending-vibration excited states. The spectra show dramatic differences, and the Renner-Teller effect becomes more evident for the vibrationally excited molecules.
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- Physical and Theoretical Chemistry