Photoionization mass spectrometry of CHPS and HCS

@inproceedings{Rustic1999PhotoionizationMS,
  title={Photoionization mass spectrometry of CHPS and HCS},
  author={B. Rustic and Joseph Berkowitz},
  year={1999}
}
The transient species CH,S and HCS were studied by photoionization mass spectrometry. They were prepared in situ from CH$H by sequential hydrogen abstraction with fluorine atoms. CHzS was also prepared by pyrolysis of CH,SCl and CH$SCH3. The photoion yield curve of CH,S displays an abrupt threshold, and is similar in overall shape to that of the homologue CH,O. The adiabatic ionization potential of CH,S is found to be 9.376*0.003 eV. Evidence has been found for nd and/or ns and np Rydberg… CONTINUE READING

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