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Threshold photoelectron studies of isoxazole over the energy range 9.9-30 eV

Dampc, Marcin; Mielewska, Brygida; Siggel-King, Michele R.F.; King, George C.; Sivaraman, Bhalamurugan; Ptasińska, Sylwia; Mason, Nigel and Zubek, Mariusz (2010). Threshold photoelectron studies of isoxazole over the energy range 9.9-30 eV. Chemical Physics, 367(2-3) pp. 75–79.

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The threshold photoelectron spectrum of the isoxazole molecule, C3H3NO has been measured over the photon energy range 9.9eV to 30eV with the use of synchrotron radiation. In the 9.9-10.8 eV range, corresponding to photoionization from the highest occupied molecular orbital 3a�(?3), seven well resolved vibrational series have been observed and their modes are tentatively assigned. A strong adiabatic ionization, with an energy of 11.132 ± 0.003eV corresponding to the 2a–�(?2) band, has also been observed. This is followed by a single vibrational series of the vC-H stretching mode. Photoelectron bands in the energy region 13-30 eV have also been identified, some for the first time.

Item Type: Journal Item
Copyright Holders: 2010 Elsevier B.V
ISSN: 0301-0104
Keywords: isoxazole; photoelectron spectroscopy; threshold photoionization
Academic Unit/School: Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) > Physical Sciences
Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)
Research Group: Physics
Item ID: 18831
Depositing User: Sylwia Ptasińska
Date Deposited: 10 Nov 2009 09:45
Last Modified: 09 Apr 2020 19:55
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