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|Title:||Kinetic energy release of the singly and doubly charged methylene chloride molecule: the role of fast dissociation|
|Author:||Alcantara, K. F.|
Rocha, A. B.
Gomes, A. H. A.
Santos, A. C. F.
|Abstract:||The center of mass kinetic energy release distribution (KERD) spectra of selected ionic fragments, formed through dissociative single and double photoionization of CH2Cl2 at photon energies around the Cl 2p edge, were extracted from the shape and width of the experimentally obtained time-of flight (TOF) distributions. The KERD spectra exhibit either smooth profiles or structures, depending on the moiety and photon energy. In general, the heavier the ionic fragments, the lower their average KERDs are. In contrast, the light H+ fragments are observed-with kinetic energies centered around 4.5-5.5 eV, depending on the photon energy. It was observed that the change in the photon energy involves a change in the KERDs, indicating different processes or transitions taking place in the breakup process. In the particular case of double ionization with the ejection of two charged fragments, the KERDs present have characteristics compatible with the Coulombic fragmentation model. Intending to interpret the experimental data, singlet and triplet states at Cl 2p edge of the CH2Cl2 molecule, corresponding to the Cl (2p -> 10a(1)*) and Cl (2p -> 4b(1)*) transitions, were calculated at multiconfigurational self-consistent field (MCSCF) level and multireference configuration interaction (MRCI). These states were selected to form the spin orbit coupling matrix elements, which after diagonalization result in a spin orbit manifold. Minimum energy pathways for dissociation of the molecule were additionally calculated aiming to give support to the presence of the ultrafast dissociation mechanism in the molecular breakup.|
Absorção de raios X
|Editor:||American Chemical Society|
|Citation:||Journal Of Physical Chemistry A. Amer Chemical Soc, v. 120, p. 6728 - 6737, 2016.|
|Appears in Collections:||IFGW - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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