Ion-molecule reactions at thermal energies
Ion-molecule reactions is a generic word for reactions involving ions (both positive and negative), radicals and stable neutrals. In this presentation, use of the flowing afterglow technique to study ion-molecule reactions at thermal energies is demonstrated using the examples of positive ion-negative ion mutual neutralization of molecular nitrogen ion (N2+) with F− and the reaction of atomic nitrogen with SFn (n=1 to 5) to form NF.
Volume 96, 2022
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