Subject Area物理化学
Molecular beam studies on the dynamics of F atom substitution reaction with CH2CHCl
Huang JD(黄金斗); Xiao ZF(肖重发); Shen GL(沈关林); Han KL(韩克利); Yang XM(杨学明); He GZ(何国钟)
Conference NameXXIII International Symposium on Molecular Beams
Conference Date2009-6-1
Conference Place中国
Funding Organization中国科学院大连化学物理研究所分子反应动力学国家重点实验室
AbstractIn this report, the dynamics of the F+ CH2CHCl reaction has been studied using the universal crossed molecular beam method1. Angular resolved time-of-flight spectra has been measured in a single set of experiments. The reaction channel, C2H2FCl+H, has been observed. Product angular distributions as well as energy distributions were determined for the product channel. Experimental results indicate that the molecular products from the H formation channel are rather backward scattered relative to the F atom beam direction while there are also significant scattering products at the sideway and forward direction. It indicates that the complex formation mechanism plays an important role in the reaction, but there might be some significant contribution from a direct reaction mechanism or a short-lived complex channel. The reaction mechanism is analogous to the H formation channel in the reaction: F+C3H42.
Document Type会议论文
Corresponding AuthorShen GL(沈关林); Han KL(韩克利)
Recommended Citation
GB/T 7714
Huang JD,Xiao ZF,Shen GL,et al. Molecular beam studies on the dynamics of F atom substitution reaction with CH2CHCl[C],2009:67/1.
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