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Electron transfer from K atoms to oriented CH3CN, CH3NC, and CCl3CN is studied in crossed beams at energies near the threshold for forming an ion pair. For the methyl compounds, the dominant ions are K+ and CN-; the steric asymmetry is very small and energy-independent, characteristic of sideways attack with the electron apparently entering the π*CN(More)
Electron transfer from K atoms to oriented CH3CN, CH3NC, and CCl3CN is studied in crossed beams at energies near the threshold for forming an ion pair. For the methyl compounds, the dominant ions are K+ and CN-; the steric asymmetry is very small and energy-independent, characteristic of sideways attack with the electron apparently entering the pi*CN(More)
Electrons are transferred in collisions between potassium atoms and CH(3)NO(2) molecules that have been oriented in space prior to collision. The electron transfer produces K(+) ions, parent negative ions CH(3)NO(2)(-), and the fragment ions e(-), NO(2)(-), and O(-) in amounts that depend on the energy. The positive and negative ions are detected in(More)
Beams of sodium atoms with energies of a few eV are crossed with a beam of oriented CH3NO2 molecules to study the effect of collision energy and orientation on electron transfer. The electron transfer produces Na+ ions and free electrons, parent negative ions (CH)NO2-), and fragmentation ions NO2- and O- in proportions that depend on the collision energy.(More)
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