On the heats of formation of trifluoromethyl radical CF[sub 3] and its cation CF[sup +, sub 3]

Asher, Robert L.; Ruscic, Branko
January 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;1/1/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 1, p210
Academic Journal
Studies the thermodynamics of trifluoromethyl radical. Overview of various experimental values for the heats of formation of trifluromethyl; description of the photoionization apparatus used in the study; Overview of the photoion yield curves of the parent trifluoromethyl and its principal fragments.


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