2 edition of Ion-molecule reactions in the gas phase found in the catalog.
Ion-molecule reactions in the gas phase
|Series||Advances in chemistry series -- 58|
|Contributions||Ausloos, Pierre J., American Chemical Society. Division of Physical Chemistry.|
|LC Classifications||QD1 .A355 no. 58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 336 p.|
|Number of Pages||336|
The ion/molecule reactions play major roles not only in the gas-phase chemical ionization but also in the ionization processes in condensed phases, e.g., secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS), matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI), electrospray ionizationFile Size: 1MB. By MY Combariza, AM Fahey, A Milshteyn, et al., Published on 01/01/ Title. Gas-phase ion-molecule reactions of divalent metal complex ions: Toward coordination structure analysis by mass spectrometry and some intrinsic coordination chemistry along the wayCited by:
FUNDAMENTALS OF GAS PHASE ION CHEMISTRY. ION/MOLECULE COLLISION RATES. Langevin Ion-Induced Dipole Theory. Average Dipole Orientation (ADO) Theory. POSITIVE ION/MOLECULE REACTIONS. Charge Exchange. Proton and Hydrogen Atom Transfer. Negative Ion Transfer Reactions. Condensation Reactions. Clustering or Association . “Gas-Phase Reactions of a Novel Chemical Ionization Reagent, ClMn2+, with Polar and Nonpolar Analytes in a Linear Quadrupole Ion Trap”, T. Jarrell, J. Riedeman, H.I. Kenttämaa, Int. J. Mass Spectrom. ()
this important gas-phase ion. Previous studies may be conve- niently divided into two groups: (1) investigations of decom- posing or “unstable” C6H6 ions, and (2) ion-molecule reactions and thermochemical measurements which reflect the stable, nonfragmenting C6H6 cations. The results for fragmenting ions have been employed either. A~gas!1B~gas!!C~liquid or solid!. ~2! Katz and Donohue considered two mechanisms for clus-ter growth, which could operate simultaneously: ~1! A and B molecules reacting in the gas phase to form gas-phase C molecules, which then supersaturate and condense; and ~2! heterogeneous reaction of A and B molecules to form C mol-.
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Gas Phase Ion Chemistry, Volume 1 covers papers on the advances of gas phase ion chemistry. The book discusses the advances in flow tubes and the measurement of ion-molecule rate coefficients and product distributions; the ion chemistry of the earth's atmosphere; and the classical ion-molecule collision theory.
Investigating Ion-Molecule Reactions by Analyzing Neutral Products Formed in the Radiolysis and Photoionization of Hydrocarbons P. AUSLOOS, S. LIAS. Gas Phase Ion Chemistry, Volume 2 covers the advances in gas phase ion chemistry.
The book discusses the stabilities of positive ions from equilibrium gas-phase basicity measurements; the experimental methods used to determine molecular electron affinities, specifically photoelectron spectroscopy, photodetachment spectroscopy, charge transfer, and collisional ionization; and.
by three classes of gas-phase reactions: ion-molecule, neutral-neutral, and radical. In the case of ion-molecule reaction, one tempting reactant to check is neutral and protonated hydroxy-lamine (NH 2OH). In particular, the protonated form was sug-gested to be a possible precursor for the formation of glycine.
One could imagine gas-phase ion/molecule association reactions, or one could think about metal ion cationization of analytes occurring during various ionization processes.
The book, edited and written in large part by Toshihiro Fujii, aims to encompass all of the : Victor Ryzhov. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Ion-molecule reactions in the gas phase by Edward Grant Jones,American Chemical Society edition, in English. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.
Genre/Form: Congress Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Ion-molecule reactions in the gas phase. Washington, American Chemical Society, This book explores the mechanism of alkali-metal ion/molecule association reaction, surveys the instrumental basis to study its kinetic, and describes the instrumentation to the measurement of alkali-metal ion affinities.
The applications of the ion complexation mechanism in the condensed phase in reaction to direct analysis MS are also covered. The gas phase ion-molecule chemistry of doubly charged fullerene cations (C(n)++ where n=46,48, 60 and 70) with neutral oxygen molecules, were.
We have recently utilized a tandem triple quadrupole mass spectrometer to probe the gas phase ion-molecule chemistry of C60++ with a variety of target gases, at low collision energies. The first comprehensive collection of all the major techniques used to study gas phase interactions is presented in this volume.
With complete coverage of what a given technique can accomplish, its advantages and disadvantages, the book is designed to teach advanced students and researchers entering the field how to investigate a broad range of topics.
Reactions with water are perhaps the most significant, and were studied by generating CrxOyHz- in the gas phase using a quadrupole ion trap secondary ion mass spectrometer.
Of the ions in the Cr1OyHz envelope (y = 2, 3, 4; z = 0, 1), only CrO2- was observed to react with H2O, producing the hydrated CrO3H2- at a slow rate (~% of the ion.
A number of symmetrical, unsymmetrical, and dissociative charge transfer reactions have been studied as a function of translational energy (up to eV) using a modified time-of-flight mass spectrometer.
The bombarding ion was either He, Ar, Ne, Kr, N, CO, or H, with Ar, N, or CH as the target molecule. The energCited by: Ikezoe Y, Matsuoka S, Takebe M, Viggiano A () Gas phase ion-molecule reaction rate constants throughMaruzen Google Scholar Lias S, Bartmess JE, Liebman JF, Holmes JL, Levin RD, Mallard G () Gas-phase ion and neutral by: 1.
This book draws together leading workers in the fields of mass spectrometry and gas phase ion chemistry, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information.
It contains 14 lecture summaries and accounts of seven workshops with contributions from Europe and North America. This is an index to the literature for gas phase bimolecular positive ion-molecule reactions.
Over references are cited. Reaction rate coefficients and product distributions of the reactions are abstracted out of the original citations where available. This index is intended to cover the literature from to Ion-Molecule Reactions And Stereochemistry In Tandem Mass Spectrometry.- E2/SN2 And Other Organic Ion Molecule Reactions: Summary Of The Panel Discussion.- Isomers And Isomerization Of Molecular Ions: The Formation Of Stable Ion-Neutral Complexes During Unimolecular Dissociation.- Industrial Applications Of Gas Phase Ion Chemistry A new variant of nanocalorimetry is proposed for the thermochemical analysis of ion–molecule reactions of hydrated ions in the gas phase.
The average number of water molecules evaporating during the reaction is extracted by quantitative modeling of the average number of water molecules in the reactant and product cluster distribution as a function of time, taking into. Ion-Molecule Interactions and Reactions in the Gas Phase Summary for INSTRUCTORS Below are links to a series of simulations carried out by the research group of W.
Hase at Wayne State University. He has put them on the World Wide Web to accompany a technical manuscript (reference to be added). By RW Vachet, AM Fahey, and MY Combariza, Published on 01/01/ Title. Ion-molecule reactions as a probe of the gas-phase structure of divalent metal : RW Vachet, AM Fahey, MY Combariza.This volume presents the proceedings of the Advanced Study Institute entitled "Fundamentals of Gas Phase Ion Chemistry" held at Mont Ste.
Odile, Alsace, France, 25th June -6th July, The Institute brought together over physicists, physical and organic chemists working on a wide.This book explores the mechanism of alkali-metal ion/molecule association reaction, surveys the instrumental basis to study its kinetic, and describes the instrumentation to the measurement of alkali-metal ion affinities.
The applications of the ion complexation mechanism in the condensed phase in reaction to direct analysis MS are also : Hardcover.