# THE INFRARED SPECTRUM OF $H_{2}O_{2}^{+}$ TRAPPED IN SOLID NEON

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 Title: THE INFRARED SPECTRUM OF $H_{2}O_{2}^{+}$ TRAPPED IN SOLID NEON Creators: Lugez, Catherine L.; Thompson, Warren E.; Jacox, Marilyn E. Issue Date: 2000 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: When a $Ne:H_{2}O_{2}^{+}$ sample is codeposited at approximately 5 K with a beam of microwave-excited neon atoms, photoionization and Penning ionization of the $H_{2}O_{2}$ leads to the stabilization of the $H_{2}O_{2}^{+}$ cation. Although the energy of the excited neon atoms exceeds that required that required for the formation of $HO_{2}^{+}$ from $H_{2}O_{2}^{+}$, as has been previously found in photonization studies, the yield of this fragment ion is small. The infrared spectra observed for $H_{2}O_{2}^{+}$ and for the deuterium-substituted isotopomers will be compared with those predicted by ab initio calculations. Description: Author Institution: Optical Technology Division, National Institute of Standards and Technology URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/19976 Other Identifiers: 2000-WI-03