Sensitivity of charge transfer reactions to hydrocarbon ion structures
Journal of Mass Spectrometry
Charge transfer reactivities of hydrocarbon ions have been measured with time-of-flight techniques, and results correlated with theoretical structures computed by self-consistent field molecular orbital methods. Recombination energies, ion structures, heats of formation, reaction energetics and relative charge transfer cross-sections are presented for molecular and fragment ions produced by electron bombardment ionization of CH4, C2H4, C2H6, C3H8 and C4H10 molecules. Even-electron bridged cations have low ion recombination energies and relatively low charge transfer cross-sections as compared with odd-electron hydrocarbon cations.
Shields, George C.; Wennberg, L.; Wilcox, J.B.; and Moran, T.F.. "Sensitivity of charge transfer reactions to hydrocarbon ion structures." Journal of Mass Spectrometry 21, no. 3 (1986) .
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