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0521828198
Author:
Ann E. Orel,Mats Larsson
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Medicine
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English
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Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (April 14, 2008)
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390 pages
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Cambridge Core - Atomic Physics, Molecular Physics and Chemical Physics - Dissociative Recombination of. .Larson, Å. and Orel, A. E. 2009.

Cambridge Core - Atomic Physics, Molecular Physics and Chemical Physics - Dissociative Recombination of Molecular Ions - by Mats Larsson. Shafir, D. Novotny, S. Buhr, H. Altevogt, S. Faure, A. Grieser, M. Harvey, A. G. Heber, O. Hoffmann, J. Kreckel, H. Lammich, L. Nevo, I. Pedersen, H. B. Rubinstein, H. Schneider, I. F. Schwalm, D. Tennyson, J. Wolf, A. and Zajfman, D.

This book is focused on a single molecular process, dissociative recombination, and it may at.A free electron which has a positive kinetic energy recombines with a positive atomic or molecular ion if its energy can be removed, so that it can enter a bound state.

This book is focused on a single molecular process, dissociative recombination, and it may at first seem surprising that this topic can fill a whole book. In the absence of a third body that can absorb the excess energy, the energy can be carried away by a photon.

The rate of dissociative electron capture by heavy molecular ions is developed in the semiclassical . The branching ratios of the dissociative recombination of excited H2O+ ions with electrons were studied using a plasma flow tube experiment.

The rate of dissociative electron capture by heavy molecular ions is developed in the semiclassical formalism. The quantum treatment of the rate coefficient is also outlined. In the case of O2+, N2+, and He2+ the calculated rate coefficients are . 4 10-7, . 10-7, and . 10-8 cm3/sec, respectively, at 300°K, as compared with the experimental values (. +/-1) 10-7 and (. +/-0. The remaining channel is OH+H for 55%.

Dissociative recombination (DR) of molecular ions with electrons is a complex, poorly understood molecular process. Its critical role as a neutralising agent in the Earth's upper atmosphere is now well established and its occurrence in many natural and laboratory produced plasma has been a strong motivation for studying the event. For the first time, theoretical concepts, experimental methodology and applications are united in one book, revealing the governing principles behind the gas-phase reaction

Mats Larsson, Ann E. Orel. Dissociative recombination (DR) of molecular ions with electrons is a complex, poorly understood molecular process. Its critical role as a neutralising agent in the Earth's upper atmosphere is now well established and.

Mats Larsson, Ann E. Its critical role as a neutralising agent in the Earth's upper atmosphere is now well established and its occurrence in many natural and laboratory-produced plasma has been a strong motivation for studying the event. In this book theoretical concepts, experimental methodology and applications are united, revealing the governing principles behind the gas-phase reaction. Published March 31, 2008 by Cambridge University Press. Dissociative Recombination of Molecular Ions (Cambridge Molecular Scie. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Dissociative Recombination of Molecular Ions (Cambridge Molecular Science) from your list? Dissociative Recombination of Molecular Ions (Cambridge Molecular Science). Mats Larsson, Ann E. Place of Publication. Cambridge Molecular Science. Its critical role as a neutralising agent in the Earth's upper atmosphere is w well established and its occurrence in many natural and laboratory-produced plasma has been a strong motivation for studying the event.

oceedings{iveRO, title {Dissociative Recombination of Molecular Ions}, author {Mats R. Larsson and Ann E. Orel}, year {2008} }. Mats R. Larsson, Ann E. 1. Introduction 2. Experimental methods 3. Theoretical methods 4. The H2+molecule 5. Diatomic hydride ions 6. Diatomic ions 7. The H3+ molecule 8. Polyatomic ions 9. Related processes 10. Applications.

Dissociative recombination (DR) of molecular ions with electrons is a complex, poorly understood molecular process. Its critical role as a neutralising agent in the Earth's upper atmosphere is now well established and its occurrence in many natural and laboratory-produced plasma has been a strong motivation for studying the event. In this book theoretical concepts, experimental methodology and applications are united, revealing the governing principles behind the gas-phase reaction. The book takes the reader through the intellectual challenges posed, describing in detail dissociation mechanisms, dynamics, diatomic and polyatomic ions and related processes, including dissociative excitation, ion pair formation and photodissociation. With the final chapter dedicated to applications in astrophysics, atmospheric science, plasma physics and fusion research, this is a focused, definitive guide to a fundamental molecular process. The book will appeal to academics within physics, physical chemistry and related sciences.