Energy Dependent Stereodynamics of the Ne(P32)+Ar Reaction

Energy Dependent Stereodynamics of the Ne(P32)+Ar Reaction The stereodynamics of the Ne(P23)+Ar Penning and associative ionization reactions have been studied using a crossed molecular beam apparatus. The experiment uses a curved magnetic hexapole to polarize the Ne(P23), which is then oriented with a shaped magnetic field in the region where it intersects with a beam of Ar(S1). The ratios of Penning to associative ionization were recorded over a range of collision energies from 320 to 500  cm-1 and the data were used to obtain Ω state dependent reactivities for the two reaction channels. These reactivities were found to compare favorably to those predicted in the theoretical work of Brumer et al. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review Letters American Physical Society (APS)

Energy Dependent Stereodynamics of the Ne(P32)+Ar Reaction

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Energy Dependent Stereodynamics of the Ne(P32)+Ar Reaction

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The stereodynamics of the Ne(P23)+Ar Penning and associative ionization reactions have been studied using a crossed molecular beam apparatus. The experiment uses a curved magnetic hexapole to polarize the Ne(P23), which is then oriented with a shaped magnetic field in the region where it intersects with a beam of Ar(S1). The ratios of Penning to associative ionization were recorded over a range of collision energies from 320 to 500  cm-1 and the data were used to obtain Ω state dependent reactivities for the two reaction channels. These reactivities were found to compare favorably to those predicted in the theoretical work of Brumer et al.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © © 2017 American Physical Society
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0031-9007
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1079-7114
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10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.053001
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Abstract

The stereodynamics of the Ne(P23)+Ar Penning and associative ionization reactions have been studied using a crossed molecular beam apparatus. The experiment uses a curved magnetic hexapole to polarize the Ne(P23), which is then oriented with a shaped magnetic field in the region where it intersects with a beam of Ar(S1). The ratios of Penning to associative ionization were recorded over a range of collision energies from 320 to 500  cm-1 and the data were used to obtain Ω state dependent reactivities for the two reaction channels. These reactivities were found to compare favorably to those predicted in the theoretical work of Brumer et al.

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Physical Review LettersAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Aug 4, 2017

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