The absolute grand -total cross section (TCS) for electron scattering from pyridine, C5H5N, molecules has been measured at impact energies from 0.6 to 300 eV in the linear electron-transmission experiment. The obtained TCS energy dependence appears to be typical for targets of high electric-dipole moment; the cross section generally decreases with rising energy, except for the 3–20 eV range, where a broad enhancement peaked near...
A DFT Study of Dissociative Electron Attachment to C5XH4N and C4XH3N2 (X=H,Cl,Br) Aromatic Molecules
Potential energy curves for pyridine (along C-H bond) and 2-bromopyrazine(along C-Br bond) are reported, providing a rough description of a dissociative electron attachment process studied with a simple density functional theory approach. Vertical electron attachment energies for pyridine, pyrazine and their halo derivatives are also presented.
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