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Chemical reactions induced by cluster impact I. (CH3I)n → I2

  • W. ChristenEmail author
  • U. Even
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Abstract

This contribution addresses the reactive scattering of iodomethane cluster anions off a diamond-coated silicon surface in the kinetic energy range of 1–100 eV/molecule. We report the experimelital result of an impact-induced and cluster-specific chemical reaction. The measured yield for the reaction Open image in new window is surprisingly high Even for the small cluster-anions investigated here. n < 15, a, relative reaction yield more than 15% I 2 molecules per I fragment could be observed.

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34.50.Lf Chemical reactions, energy disposal, and angular distribution, as studied by atomic and molecular beams 36.40.Jn Reactivity of dusters 61.46.+w Clusters, nanoparticles, and nanocrystalline materials 82.40.−g Chemical kinetics and reactions: special regimes and techniques 

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  1. 1.School of ChemistryTel Aviv UniversityTel AvivIsrael

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