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By N.G. Adams, L.M. Babcock

ISBN-10: 0762302046

ISBN-13: 9780762302048

Gas-phase ion chemistry is a large box which has many functions and which encompasses numerous branches of chemistry and physics. An program that attracts jointly lots of those branches is the synthesis of molecules in interstellar clouds. This used to be a part of the incentive for stories at the neutralization of ions via electrons and on isomerization in ion-neutral institutions. the result of investigations of specific elements of ion dynamics are awarded during this quantity. Solvation in ion-molecule reactions is mentioned and prolonged to incorporate multiply charged ions by way of the appliance of electrospray options. This quantity additionally presents a wealth of knowledge on response thermodynamics that's serious in selecting response spontaneity and availability of response channels. extra centred experiences also are provided in the direction of the top of this quantity, on the subject of the ionization approach and its nature.

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A. '3900 ,546 :1 ,87 200 3761 ,320 :1 ,90 200 3759 ,291 3 ,97 250 3685 ,192 4 ,64 100 3641 ,330 4,64 70 3624,826 5 ,43 80 3504 ,890 3 ,60 125 3383 ,761 3 ,69 100 3372 ,800 3,72 125 3361 ,213 :1 ,75 125 3349 ,399 4,31 75 3349,035 100 4,28 3341 ,875 ::1,86 70 3329,455 :3,88 75 3322,936 :l ,86 70 3236,573 :1,88 75 3234 517 4,06 75 3088:027 2884,099 I 70 5,43 Ti III, ionization potential 28,143 eV 9,69 20 2516,01 9,32 30 1498,65 10,30 40 1455,22 10,05 25 1422,41 9,57 40 1298,95 9,60 50 1298,67 1295,91 9,57 30 9,60 1294,67 50 9,64 1293,26 30 9,64 30 1289,32 9,69 40 1286,38 I I Ti IV, Ionization potential 43,245 eV 29 ,28 12 2546 ,85 15 ,96 15 2068 ,16 24 ,41 30 1467 ,25 24 ,40 30 1451 ,75 15,86 20 781,78 15 ,96 20 779 ,14 II'.

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2 49,37 2412,73 15 54,01 2263,21 12 54,12 2216,07 15 54,13 2213,76 12 49,46 2163,77 15 54,16 20 2095,54 54,16 12 2092,44 54,17 15 2089,43 25,33 9 491 ,050 25,40 7 490,310 25,33 10 489,501 25,44 7 488,868 25,40 8 488,103 35,89 7 379,308 "'·A I I E 8 , eV Ne IV, Ionization potential 97,044 eV 2384,95 64,66 7 2373,21 9 7 2372,16 64,62 10 2357 ,96 64,72 2352,52 64,66 8 9 68,86 2285,79 22,79 543,891 150 542,073 22,87 100 469,865 31,47 200 31,47 469,817 200 37,11 421 ,609 150 39,64 388,218 100 387 ,141 39,73 125 39,64 200 358,721 63,44 212,556 150 59,40 100 208,734 59,47 208,485 100 Ne V, ionization potential 126,287 eV 79,55 6 2265,71 79,40 3 2263,39 79,45 2259,57 3 92,05 2245,48 3 4 92,15 2232,41 92,09 3 2227 ,42 21 ,80 80 572,336 21 ,81 30 569,830 25,81 50 482,987 II "'·A E», eV I 416,198 365,594 359,385 358,472 80 100 50 50 NeVI, ionization potential 2253,22 3 3 2055,93 2042,382 3 562,805 15 403,262 10 25 401,939 15 401 ,138 10 122,686 20 122,520 33,54 37 ,67 34,63 34,63 157,94 eV 109,20 95,62 95,66 22,19 30,91 31 ,01 30,91 101,22 101 ,22 NeVIl 1992,060 1981,974 465,21 106,2 106,1 3 6 10 7 7 127,51 127 ,54 26,65 Ne VIII 780,324 770,409 98,2 98,1 88,1 4 8 9 9 9 15,87 16,09 SODIUM, Z = 11 Na I, ionization potential 5,139 eV 300 1155 12 11 8 9 10 7 7 9 16 32 9 8 7 3,75 4,59 3,19 3' ,19 4,76 4,34 4,34 4,86 4,62 3,62 2,10 2,10 4,28 4,83 4,83 4497,658 4494,177 4423,246 4393,340 4390,029 11 10 7 9 8 4,86 4,86 4,91 4,93 4,93 4324,615 3302,979 3302,369 2853,013 2852,811 7 18 19 15 16 4,97 3,75 3,75 4,34 4,34 22056,44 14767 ,48 11403,78 11381 ,45 10834,87 10749,29 10746,44 9961 ,281 8649,922 8194,8237 5895,9236 5889,9504 5688,2046 4545,186 4541,633 Na II, ionization potential 47,30 eV 3631 ,266 3533,043 3285,603 3129,368 3092,729 3053,664 2984,183 2951 ,231 2904,914 2893,946 2881 ,140 2841 ,721 2671 ,829 2660,996 2611 ,815 8 10 8 6 10 2531,548 376,375 372,069 6 6 7 8 7 6 6 7 6 7 7 ~~ 6 36,35 36,35 37 ,09 36,90 36,85 41 ,27 41 ,12 41 ,05 37 ,21 41 ,25 37 ,24 37 ,21 40,99 41 ,01 41 ,10 41 ,25 32,94 33,32 Na III, ionization potential 71,66 eV 50,40 25 2563,32 50,36 25 2553,61 50,36 50 2497,05 40 50,40 2474,69 51 ,47 30 2468,86 29 A, A A, A I 51 ,36 45 2459,40 51 ,69 30 2309,96 51 ,10 25 2297 ,14 51 ,87 25 2296,64 51 ,87 35 2285,72 51 ,89 40 2278,48 51 ,10 45 2251,44 51 ,02 40 2246,66 51 ,10 45 2239,43 51,87 40 2232,17 50,95 50 2230,30 51 ,07 45 2225,90 51 ,02 40 2202 78 57 ,52 30 2011:88 57 ,65 30 2005,24 51 ,75 :10 1985,58 57 ,26 18 1965,04 57 ,40 20 1960,76 51 ,75 40 1951 ,21 60,98 20 1946,43 57 ,43 30 1933,87 57 ,46 45 1926,27 57 ,08 20 1856,73 57,10 18 1850,39 61,32 20 1850,24 57 ,06 35 1849,58 57 ,08 20 1844,36 Na IV, ionization potential 98,902 eV 30 ,21 8 412 ,240 30 ,34 7 411 ,333 30 ,34 6 410 ,540 30 ,21 10 410 ,371 30 ,40 8 409 ,615 30 ,34 8 408 ,682 42 ,64 10 319,638 65 ,10 8 190 ,835 65 ,10 10 190 ,440 181 ,758 168,409 168,084 162,445 156,536 5 ,93 5 ,39 7 ,09 6 ,52 6 ,59 5,11 5,11 44 5,11 42 6,98 30 5,95 40 5 ,95 38 5 ,95 36 4,35 50 6 ,78 8 7,09 5 Mg II, ionization potential 15,034 eV I 10,00 10951 ,78 30 15024 ,99 11828 ,18 10811 ,085 5711 ,0880 5528 ,4047 5183,6042 5172,6843 5167 ,3216 4702,9909 3838,293 3832 ,302 3829 ,355 2852 ,127 1827 ,97 1747,81 35 45 35 30 40 45 8 8 10 8 8 68,21 73,75 73,76 80,18 79,21 Na V, ionization potential 138,627 eV 26,76 12 463,263 26,89 10 461,051 26,96 7 459,897 36,84 7 445,190 36,84 10 400,722 43,39 8 360,367 43,39 8 360,319 46,12 9 333,910 46,26 8 332,550 46,12 10 308,264 46,26 8 307,152 Na VI, ionization potential 172,36 eV 25,32 6 491,340 25,32 5 489,580 29,92 6 417,595 29,92 4 415,505 59,17 4 366,110 43,41 4 362,444 38,59 8 361,250 43,41 6 317,641 39,75 5 313,748 39,75 4 311,921 101 ,36 4 127 ,837 100,10 4 124,153 100,10 4 124,059 100,27 123,929 5 117,20 5 109,896 115,36 5 107,683 115,30 4 107 ,608 115,78 107 ,288 4 MAGNESIUM, Z Mg I.

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