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Two Studies in Gas-Phase Ion Spectroscopy

Vacuum-Ultraviolet Negative Photoion Spectroscopy and Ion-Molecule Reaction Kinetics
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ISBN-13:
9783642231285
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.10.2011
Seiten:
160
Autor:
Matthew J. Simpson
Gewicht:
414 g
Format:
248x164x17 mm
Serie:
Springer Theses
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Nominated by the University of Birmingham for a Springer Theses Prize. From a huge quantity of data the author attempts to rationalise the circumstances needed for favourable formation of anions
The most comprehensive collection of information on this type of ion formation
Introduction and background information.- The experiments.- Vacuum-ultraviolet negative photoion spectroscopy of SF6, CF4 and SF5CF3.- Vacuum-ultraviolet negative photoion spectroscopy of CF3Cl, CF3Br and CF3I.- Vacuum-ultraviolet negative photoion spectroscopy of SF5Cl.- Vacuum-ultraviolet negative photoion spectroscopy of small polyatomic molecules.- The reactions of CFn+ (n = 1-3) with C2H4, C2H3F, CH2CF2 and C2HF3.- The reactions of C2F4+ with C2H4, C2H3F, CH2CF2 and C2HF3.- Reactions of OH-, O-, CF3-, F- and O2- with C2H4, C2H3F, CH2CF2, C2HF3 and C2F4 .
In this thesis Matthew Simpson reports two investigations into gas-phase ion spectroscopy. The first study uses tunable vacuum-ultraviolet radiation from a synchrotron to identify negative ions from twenty four photoexcited polyatomic molecules in the gas phase. From these experiments, Matthew collects a vast amount of data and summarises and reviews ion-pair formation from polyatomic molecules. The second study is on selected ion flow tube mass spectrometry. Matthew investigates the reactions of cations and anions with ethene, monofluoroethene, 1,1-difluoroethene and tetrafluoroethene. In this study Matthew tries to explain why certain products are formed preferentially over other products at a microscopic level of understanding. The data recorded in this thesis form the most comprehensive collection of information about anion formation and are the basis of a review and numerous articles in specialist journals.