Low energy electron attachment to CH3CN

Sailer, W.; Pelc, A.; Limão-Vieira, P.; Mason, N.J.; Limtrakul, J.; Scheier, P.; Probst, M. and Märk, T.D. (2003). Low energy electron attachment to CH3CN. Chemical Physics Letters, 381(1-2) pp. 216–222.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cplett.2003.09.118

Abstract

Low energy electron attachment cross sections for acetonitrile (CH3CN) are reported in the energy range from about 0 up to 10 eV determined with an energy resolution of 140 meV. Electron attachment is shown to be a purely dissociative process with the production of the five anionic fragments: CH2CN−, CHCN−, CCN−, CN− and CH3− observed in two energy regions, the first between 1 and 4 eV, the second in excess of 6 eV. Quantum chemical and trajectory calculations have been carried out to complement the experimental results.

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