Reaction on the O[sup -]+CH[sub 4] potential energy surface: Dependence on translational and

Viggiano, A.A.; Morris, Robert A.; Miller, Thomas M.; Friedman, Jeffrey F.; Menedez-Barreto, Melani; Paulson, John F.; Michels, H.H.; Hobbs, R.H.; Montgomery Jr., J.A.
May 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;5/22/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 20, p8455
Academic Journal
Focuses on a technique that determines the effect of internal energy on the reactivity of ion-molecule reactions. Separation from the translational energy effect; Standard double minimum pathway for ion molecule reactions; Theoretical study of the minimum energy reaction path; Conformationally different transition states for isotopic reactions.


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