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Negative-Ion—Neutral Reactions

  • John F. Paulson

Abstract

This chapter is concerned principally with two-body reactions between negative ions and neutral molecules at low energies in the gas phase. Introductory material on the formation and disappearance of negative ions is also included. Emphasis is placed on results arising from the use of mass spectrometer ion sources or double mass spectrometers as the experimental technique. Additional information on negative-ion-neutral reactions may be found in Chapters 7, 8, 11, 15, and 16 of this book.

Keywords

Electron Affinity Reaction Cross Section Bond Dissociation Energy Maximum Cross Section Dissociative Electron Attachment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • John F. Paulson
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  1. 1.Air Force Cambridge Research LaboratoriesL. G. Hanscom FieldBedfordUSA

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