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  • Resonances and Dissociative Electron Attachment in HNCO

    • M. Zawadzki
    • M. Čížek
    • K. Houfek
    • R. Čurík
    • M. Ferus
    • S. Civiš
    • J. Kočišek
    • J. Fedor

    - PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS - Rok 2018

    In a combined experimental and theoretical study, we probe the dissociative electron attachment in isocyanic acid HNCO. The experimental absolute cross section for the NCO− fragment shows a sharp onset and fine structures near the threshold. The autoionizing state responsible for the dissociative attachment is found in both the R-matrix calculation and using analytic continuation in the coupling constant. The involved A' resonance...

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  • Dissociative ionization dynamics of dielectric gas C3F7CN

    • M. Ranković
    • J. Chalabala
    • M. Zawadzki
    • J. Kočišek
    • P. Slavíček
    • J. Fedor

    - PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS - Rok 2019

    Fluoronitrile C3F7CN is a promising candidate for the replacement of SF6 dielectric gas in high-voltage insulation. We present a combined experimental and theoretical study on its ionization dynamics probed in the 0-100 eV energy range. We exploited the total ion collection technique to determine the absolute ionization cross section, mass spectrometry to determine the fragment branching ratios and ab initio nonadiabatic molecular...

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  • Dissociative electron attachment and anion-induced dimerization in pyruvic acid

    - PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS - Rok 2018

    We report partial cross sections for the dissociative electron attachment to pyruvic acid. A rich fragmentation dynamics is observed. Electronic structure calculations facilitate the identification of complex rearrangement reactions that occur during the dissociation. Furthermore, a number of fragment anions produced at electron energies close to 0 eV are observed, that cannot originate from single electron-molecule collisions....

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