PRODUCTION OF THE N2 (A3-SIGMA-U+) METASTABLE STATE BY ELECTRON-IMPACT DISSOCIATIVE EXCITATION OF N2O.
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.
|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
UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Physics and Astronomy
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