CEQUINOR   05415
CENTRO DE QUIMICA INORGANICA "DR. PEDRO J. AYMONINO"
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
congresos y reuniones científicas
Título:
Dissociation Dynamics of the Highly Charged Molecular Ion of FC(O)SCl
Autor/es:
GERONÉS MARIANA,; ERBEN, M. F.; ROSANA MARIEL, ROMANO; CARLOS OMAR, DELLA VÉDOVA
Lugar:
Río de Janeiro
Reunión:
Congreso; International Symposium Scattering, Coincidence and Absorption Studies of Molecules (SCASM); 2006
Resumen:
The occurrence of highly charged molecular ion in fluorocarbonylsulfenyl chloride, FC(O)SCl is studied using tunable synchrotron radiation and multicoincidence techniques, which include Photoelectron-Photoion Coincidence (PEPICO) and Photoelectron-Photoion-Photoion Coincidence (PEPIPICO) time of flight (TOF) mass spectrometry. Fragmentation patterns of the PEPICO spectra at the excitation energies around the K levels denote the presence of double ionized molecular fragments such as OCS2+, CS2+, and atomic fragments as C2+, O2+, Cl2+, and S2+, which could be originated in the fragmentation process from at least triple charged FC(O)SCl. The analysis of PEPIPICO spectra reveals several double coincidence islands involving double- and mono-charged ions, indicating that triple or even higher ionization processes effectively occur after the excitation. The influence of Coulomb interactions could cause the occurrence of atomizations as main fragmentation channels. 2+, CS2+, and atomic fragments as C2+, O2+, Cl2+, and S2+, which could be originated in the fragmentation process from at least triple charged FC(O)SCl. The analysis of PEPIPICO spectra reveals several double coincidence islands involving double- and mono-charged ions, indicating that triple or even higher ionization processes effectively occur after the excitation. The influence of Coulomb interactions could cause the occurrence of atomizations as main fragmentation channels.
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