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PRODUCTION OF THE N2 (A3-SIGMA-U+) METASTABLE STATE BY ELECTRON-IMPACT DISSOCIATIVE EXCITATION OF N2O

BARNETT, SM; MASON, NJ; NEWELL, WR; (1991) PRODUCTION OF THE N2 (A3-SIGMA-U+) METASTABLE STATE BY ELECTRON-IMPACT DISSOCIATIVE EXCITATION OF N2O. CHEM PHYS , 153 (1-2) 283 - 295.

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Abstract

Metastable fragments produced by electron impact dissociation of nitrous oxide are investigated using a low work function surface detector. The production of N2(A 3SIGMA-u+) metastable molecular fragments is shown to be a dominant dissociative process. Kinetic energy spectra of the products are determined by the method of time of flight spectroscopy and used to reveal the various types of dissociative processes involved.

Type:Article
Title:PRODUCTION OF THE N2 (A3-SIGMA-U+) METASTABLE STATE BY ELECTRON-IMPACT DISSOCIATIVE EXCITATION OF N2O
Keywords:ATOMS, MOLECULES, EMISSION, N-2, SCATTERING, COLLISION, ENERGIES, LIFETIME, DETECTOR, SURFACE
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Physics and Astronomy

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