Fragmentation of methyl chloride studied by partial positive and negative ion yield spectroscopyJournal of chemical physics
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics
AbstractThe authors present partial-ion-yield experiments on the methyl chloride molecule excited in the vicinity of the Cl2p and C1s inner shells. A large number of fragments, cations produced by dissociation or recombination processes, as well as anionic species, have been detected. Although the spectra exhibit different intensity distributions depending on the core-excited atom, general observations include strong site-selective fragmentation along the C–Cl bond axis and a strong intensity dependence of transitions involving Rydberg series on fragment size.
- Chemical bonds,
- Collisions (Nuclear physics),
- Ion recombination,
- Molecule-photon collisions,
- Organic compounds,
- Rydberg states
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Citation InformationD. Ceolin, Maria Novella Piancastelli, Renaud Guillemin, Wayne C. Stolte, et al.. "Fragmentation of methyl chloride studied by partial positive and negative ion yield spectroscopy" Journal of chemical physics Vol. 126 Iss. 8 (2007) p. 084309-1 - 084309-8
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