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Cobalt carbene ion: Reactions of Co+ with C2H4, cyclo-C3H6, and cyclo-C2H4O

Armentrout, P. B. and Beauchamp, J. L. (1981) Cobalt carbene ion: Reactions of Co+ with C2H4, cyclo-C3H6, and cyclo-C2H4O. Journal of Chemical Physics, 74 (5). pp. 2819-2826. ISSN 0021-9606. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:ARMjcp81

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Abstract

An ion beam apparatus is employed to study the formation of the cobalt carbene ion, CoCH<sup> + </sup><sub>2</sub>. This ion is produced in the endothermic reaction of cobalt ions with ethene and cyclopropane and in an exothermic reaction with ethylene oxide. A model is proposed to account for the dependence of experimental cross sections on relative kinetic energy for the endothermic reactions. Using this model to interpret the experimental results, a bond dissociation energy D°(Co+–CH2)=3.7±0.3 eV is derived.


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Additional Information:Copyright © 1981 American Institute of Physics. Received 26 December 1979; accepted 12 February 1980. This research was supported by the United States Department of Energy.
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Subject Keywords:CYCLOALKANES, COBOLT IONS, ION BEAMS, HYDROCARBONS, ORGANIC OXYGEN COMPOUNDS, CHEMICAL REACTIONS, DISSOCIATION HEAT, CARBENES, REACTION INTERMEDIATES
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