Chemical Physics Letters
Production of metastable O(1D2) atoms following controlled electron impact on N2O and CO2 targets has been studied using a neon rare gas matrix detector operating at a temperature of <20 K. A 100 eV pulsed electron beam was used in conjunction with time-of-flight (TOF) techniques to establish O-atom fragment kinetic energies. Probable dissociation channels are discussed.
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Kedzierski, Wladyslaw; Blejdea, E; DiCarlo, Aldo; and Mcconkey, J. W.. (2010). Electron impact dissociation of N2O and CO2 with single particle detection of O(1D2). Chemical Physics Letters, 498 (1-3), 38-41.