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Ion-Molecule reactions, their role in radiation chemistry

by Sharon G. Lias

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Published by American Chemical Society in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ions.,
  • Molecules.,
  • Radiation chemistry.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSharon G. Lias, Pierre Ausloos.
    SeriesERDA/ACS research monographs in radiation chemistry ; 2
    ContributionsAusloos, Pierre J., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD655 .L5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 205 p. :
    Number of Pages205
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5202427M
    ISBN 100841202990
    LC Control Number75026904

    "In the s, H3+ was observed surrounding stars," said Adamowicz. "The stars emit radiation, which not only contributes to the production of H3+ but also excites the molecule to higher energy states. The molecule can also become excited through leftover energy from chemical reactions it was involved in or through collisions with other molecules.   Chemical reactions release the difference between the chemical bond energy of the reactants and products, and the energies released have an order of magnitude of \(1 \times 10^3 \: \text{kJ/mol}\). Nuclear reactions release some of the binding energy and may convert tiny amounts of matter into energy.

    Cross sections of some ion-molecule reactions involving complex molecules as a function of the kinetic energy of the ions. Theoretical and Experimental Chemistry , 16 (3),   These exoergic ion-molecule reactions proceed, as expected, at collision frequency. The chemistry of He +, however, shows the need to know details. The electron transfer reaction He + + H 2 = {HeH + + H; He + H 2 + ; etc.}, resulting in the destruction of He +, is strongly inhibited, essentially not occurring at low collision energies (9, 10).

    Radiation and Photochemistry Radiation and Photochemistry Ausloos, P or actual text of their communication whether the work described was carried out in the gas, liquid, or solid phase. Those aspects of photochemistry which are currently controversial, or those areas which are deemed to be of especial importance to our understand­ ing of the more complex radiolytic. As a result, such ion-molecule reactions are more efficient than would be the case for equivalent neutral reactions. Even within dark clouds such as Barnard 68 (figure ), where ionizing photons from the external radiation field do not penetrate, a degree of ionization .


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Ion-Molecule reactions, their role in radiation chemistry by Sharon G. Lias Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Ion-Molecule reactions, their role in radiation chemistry. [Sharon G Lias; Pierre J Ausloos]. This chapter provides an overview of the gas-phase radiation chemistry. For condensed phases, two important aspects of gas-phase radiolysis are the analysis of molecular products and the effect of added scavengers on these products.

Ion–molecule reactions involve a positive ion and a neutral molecule, frequently the parent molecule. Ion-molecule reactions. [J L Franklin] Book: All Authors / Contributors: J L Franklin. Find more Ion-Molecule reactions about: ISBN: OCLC Number: # Benchmark papers in physical chemistry and chemical physics ;\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: Of Volume 1 Introduction Positive-Ion --Molecule Reaction Studies in a Single Electron-Impact Source The Continuous Ion Extraction Source Establishment of Ion-Molecule Reactions Reaction Kinetics The Pulsed Ion Source The third book in Theodore Gray's bestselling Elements Trilogy, Reactions continues the journey through the world of chemistry that began with his two previous bestselling books The Elements and Molecules.

With The Elements, Gray gave us a never-before-seen, mesmerizing photographic view of the elements in the periodic table. In Molecules, Ion-Molecule reactions showed us how the elements combine to form the /5().

Discusses some aspects of the radiation chemistry of gases, focusing on the ion-molecule and charge neutralization reactions which set study of the gas phase apart. Uses three examples that illustrate radiolysis, describing the radiolysis of (1) oxygen, (2) carbon dioxide, and (3) acetylene.

Efforts to understand the natural radiation chemistry of the earth’s atmosphere have made a major impact on the development of atomic and molecular physics generally and ion molecule chemistry particularly.

This has happened in two ways. The discussion is presented under the following chapter headings: ion--molecule reactions and their role in radiation chemistry; unimolecular processes: the nature and structure of ionic.

In addition, the observation that the reactions were quite fast, if exothermic, suggested that ion-molecule reactions might play a role in radiation chemistry. Indeed, the early studies by Hamill and co-workers, explored the relevance of ion-molecule reactions in radiation chemistry.

The resulting major processes were ion molecule reactions that reached equilibrium much speculation about the role of the partially hydrated electron at the water interface at eV that might play a role in the radiation chemistry of DNA Qualitative cartoon showing potential energy surfaces of neutral species and their corresponding.

Ion-Molecule Reactions: Their Role in Radiation Chemistry and from gas and liquid phase radiation chemistry. Special emphasis is placed on interpreting the role of ion--molecule reactions. the important role of electron driven Ion/Molecule Attachment Reactions: Mass Spectrometry is only now beginning to be recognized.

In addition, electrons and their interaction also drive key reactions in chemical synthesis, in planetary atmospheres and in plasmas. "Ion/Molecule Attachment Reactions: Mass Spectrometry" Collisions between electrons and molecules initiate and drive many important chemical reactions associated with radiation physics and chemistry, environmental physics and chemistry, plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition, plasma processing of materials for microelectronic devices and.

Full text of "A bibliography on ion-molecule reactions, January to March Compiled by the Mass Spectrometric Data Center: F. Harllee, H. Rosenstock, and J. Herron" See other formats TECHNICAL A Bibliography on Ion-Molecule Reactions January to March F.

HARLLEE, H. ROSENSTOCK, AND J, T. HERRON) I r %n0r m mmmn ,* OF \ Q *. Benchmark Papers in Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics, Vol. 3 Ion-Molecule Reactions, Part I: The Nature of Collisions and Reactions of Ions with Molecules and Ion-Molecule Reactions; Part II: Elevated Pressures and Long Reaction Times; Dowden, Hutchingson & Ross: Stroudsburg, PA, Ausloos, P., Ed.

Abstract. Ion-molecule reactions in the gas phase have been the subject of numerous studies and the interest in this field has grown steadily since the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Ion-Molecule Interactions held in Biarritz, France, in (Ausloos, ).

Ion-Molecule Reactions - Science topic Explore the latest questions and answers in Ion-Molecule Reactions, and find Ion-Molecule Reactions experts. Questions (4). Radiation chemistry. When a target is bombarded by a positive ion such as the hydrogen ion H + or the deuterium ion D + from a particle accelerator or the alpha particle 4 He 2+ from nuclear decay, or indeed any high-energy heavy positive ion, the initial effects differ significantly from those of a high-energy situation results from the fact that, for the same kinetic energy, 1.

Lias, S. G., and Ausloos, P., Ion-Molecule Reactions; Their Role in Radiation Chemistry, ACS/ERDA Monograph, Washington, DC (). Google Scholar Lieder, C. A., and Brauman, J. For example, the study of ion-molecule reactions was strongly fostered by their importance to radiation chemistry, and it has been suggested that results from hydrogen radiolysis in the presence of minor additives` led to the currently important analytical method of chemical ionization.'°' It is highly probable that some of the problems remaining in gas phase radiation chemistry will.

Photodissociation and ion/molecule reactions of C6H6+. ions studied by rapid scan and Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance.

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The Encyclopedia of Radicals in Chemistry, Biology and Materials aims to offer, for the first time, a description of free radicals within an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary context, connecting structural characteristics and chemical properties to.