Low-energy dissociative electron attachment to CFCI[sub 3], CF[sub 2]Br[sub 2], and 1, 1, 1- and

Finch, C. D.; Parthasarathy, R.
June 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;6/15/1997, Vol. 106 Issue 23, p9594
Academic Journal
Studies dissociative electron attachment by measuring the velocity and angular distributions of negative ions produced through electron transfer in collisions with velocity-selected Rydberg atoms. Analysis of data with the aid of a Monte Carlo collision code; Mean lifetimes formed by Rydberg electron capture.


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