INFRARED SPECTRUM OF THE PRODUCTS OF THE INTERACTION OF EXCITED NEON ATOMS WITH $CCl_{4}$ TRAPPED IN SOLID NEON

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1998

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Ohio State University

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When a $Ne:CCl_{4}$ sample is codeposited at approximately 5 K with a beam of neon atoms that have been excited in a microwave discharge, the infrared spectrum of the resulting solid deposit shows prominent absorptions that have previously been $assigned^{a}$ to $Cl_{2}CCl-Cl$, as well as other absorptions of uncharged, cationic $CCl_{a} (n= 1-3)$ and anionic $CCl_{n} (n=3,4)$ species. Studies of $Ne:^{1}3CCl_{4}$ samples and studies of the photodestruction of the products when the deposit is subjected to various bands of visible and ultraviolet radiation support the proposed assignments.

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$^{a}$ G. Maier, H.P. Reisenauer, J. Hu, B.A. Hess, Jr., and L.J. Scha***d, Tetra***ed, Lett, 30, 4105 (1989).
Author Institution: National Institute of Standards and Technology

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