Bond-forming reactions of small triply charged cations with neutral molecules.

@article{Fletcher2013BondformingRO,
  title={Bond-forming reactions of small triply charged cations with neutral molecules.},
  author={J. Fletcher and M. Parkes and S. Price},
  journal={Chemistry},
  year={2013},
  volume={19 33},
  pages={
          10965-70
        }
}
Time-of-flight mass spectrometry reveals that atomic and small molecular triply charged cations exhibit extensive bond-forming chemistry, following gas-phase collisions with neutral molecules. These experiments show that at collision energies of a few eV, I(3+) reacts with a variety of small molecules to generate molecular monocations and molecular dications containing iodine. Xe(3+) and CS2(3+) react in a similar manner to I(3+), undergoing bond-forming reactions with neutrals. A simple model… Expand
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