The Electron Affinity of Atomic Oxygen


BRANSCOMB has provided further results in support of a figure of about 1.465 eV. for the first electron affinity of atomic oxygen E(O → O−), and there is strong evidence for this value. However, the difference between this result and the value of Metlay and Kimball1, E(O → O−) = 2.33 eV., obtained from electron attachment at a hot filament, still has to be… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/182249a0


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