Threshold behavior of endothermic reactions: C+(2P) + H2 → CH+ + H

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Science
Department Chemistry
Creator Armentrout, Peter B.
Other Author Ervin, Kent M.
Title Threshold behavior of endothermic reactions: C+(2P) + H2 → CH+ + H
Date 1984
Description The reaction C+(2p) + H2 → CH+ + H (1) and its deuterium analog is a model system in ion-molecule chemistry. It is of interest due to its astrophysical significance, because it is an endothermic process, and because the interaction involves several potential energy surfaces. Experimental work has included determinations of the total reaction cross section,1-3 studies of the reaction dynamics,4 measurements of product internal energy distributions,5 and chemiluminescence studies of electronically excited products.6
Type Text
Publisher American Institute of Physics (AIP)
Journal Title The Journal of Chemical Physics
Volume 80
Issue 6
First Page 2978
Last Page 2980
DOI 10.1063/1.447010
citatation_issn 219606
Subject Endothermic reactions; Translational energy; Threshold behavior
Subject LCSH Thermochemistry; Excited state chemistry; Surface chemistry; Potential energy surfaces
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Ervin, K. M. & Armentrout, P. B. (1984). Threshold behavior of endothermic reactions C+(2P) + H2 → CH+ + H. Journal of Chemical Physics, 80(6), 2978-80.
Rights Management (c)American Institute of Physics. The following article appeared in Ervin, K. M. & Armentrout, P. B., Journal of Chemical Physics, 80(6), 1984 and may be found at
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