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Charge transfer between ND3 ... and phenol
 

Summary: Charge transfer between ND3

,, 2

... and phenol
Ho-Tae Kim, Richard J. Green, and Scott L. Anderson
Department of Chemistry, University of Utah, 315 South 1400 East RM Dock,
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112-0850
Received 1 June 2000; accepted 21 June 2000
Reactions of vibrationally state-selected ND3 with phenol were studied in a guided beam
arrangement. There are four exoergic channels, of which only charge transfer CT has significant
intensity. The dominant mechanism requires intimate collisions, with little long-range electron
hopping. Despite the presence of deep hydrogen-bonded wells, only a few percent of collisions form
long-lived complexes. ND3 vibration has no effect on CT at low energies, with weak inhibition at
high energies. Charge transfer with H/D exchange is a minor channel, inhibited by ND3 vibration
and collision energy. The small vibrational effects are in contrast to the large effects observed in
reaction of PhOH ( 6a , 12) with ND3 . 2000 American Institute of Physics.
S0021-9606 00 01035-7
I. INTRODUCTION
We have found that measurements of the effects of re-

  

Source: Anderson, Scott L. - Department of Chemistry, University of Utah

 

Collections: Energy Storage, Conversion and Utilization; Materials Science; Chemistry