Chemistry and chemical intermediates in supersonic free jet expansions.

@article{Miller1984ChemistryAC,
  title={Chemistry and chemical intermediates in supersonic free jet expansions.},
  author={Thomas A. Miller},
  journal={Science},
  year={1984},
  volume={223 4636},
  pages={
          545-53
        }
}
Short-lived intermediates often play key roles in determining the course of chemical reactions. Recently the combination of sophisticated laser techniques and supersonic free jet expansions has offered new insight into the structure and reactivity of such intermediates. Because of their extremely reactive nature the intermediates are produced in situ in the expansion. The free jet expansion provides cooling of the intermediates to very low temperatures, so that even complex organic free… CONTINUE READING
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