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Vibrational Energy Transfer in Collisions Involving Free Radicals

  • I. W. M. Smith
Part of the Topics in Current Physics book series (TCPHY, volume 39)

Abstract

Within the limits of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation, the dynamics of molecular collisions -and therefore the net result of those collisions -is determined by the motion of nuclei on the potential energy hypersurface, or hypersurfaces, that correlate with the states of the pair of colliding species [5.1]. When these species are saturated and have closed electronic shells, the only attraction between them is usually weak and caused by dispersion forces or the interaction of the nonsymmetric charge distributions in the isolated species. The single potential energy hypersurface that results shows only a slight, long-range minimum, and repulsive forces dominate. If attention is confined to col linear collisions between an atom and a diatomic molecule, the resultant potential energy surface can be represented by a contour-line plot of the type shown in Fig.5.1. The approach of the atom tends to compress the diatomic molecule and the path of minimum energy curves to smaller BC distances (rBC) cis x (the distance from A to BC’s center of mass) decreases. In this chapter, a potential like that in Fig.5.1 is referred to as type I.

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Potential Energy Surface Vibrational Excitation Vibrational Relaxation Minimum Energy Path Collision Partner 
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