Model analysis of rotationally inelastic Ar + H2O scattering in an electric field.

@article{Lemeshko2009ModelAO,
  title={Model analysis of rotationally inelastic Ar + H2O scattering in an electric field.},
  author={Mikhail Lemeshko and Bretislav Friedrich},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. A},
  year={2009},
  volume={113 52},
  pages={
          15055-63
        }
}
We develop an analytic model of thermal state-to-state rotationally inelastic collisions of asymmetric-top molecules with closed-shell atoms in electric fields and apply it to the Ar-H(2)O collision system. The predicted cross sections as well as the steric asymmetry of the collisions show at fields up to 150 kV/cm characteristic field-dependent features which can be experimentally tested. Particularly suitable candidates for such tests are the 0(00) --> 2(20) and 1(01) --> 2(21) channels… 
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