A state-selected study of the ion-molecule reactions O[supra +]([supra2]D, [supra 2]P)+H[sub 2]O

Li, X.; Huang, Y.-L.
January 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;1/15/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p928
Academic Journal
Details a state-selected study of the ion-molecule reactions of O(supra +)((supra 2)D,(supra 2)P)+H(sub 2)O. Charge transfer cross sections; Increased number of accessible exothermic product channels for O(supra +)((supra 2)D)+H(sub 2)O; Lower H(sub 2)O cross sections due to further dissociation of excited charge transfer H(sub 2)O ions.


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