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High-resolution ion-imaging studies of the photodissociation of the BrCl+ Cation

Nahler, N. H. and Vieuxmaire, O. P. J. and Jones, J. R. and Ashfold, M. N. R. and Eppink, A. T. J. B. and Coriou, A. M. and Parker, D. H. (2004) 'High-resolution ion-imaging studies of the photodissociation of the BrCl+ Cation.', Journal of physical chemistry A., 108 (39). pp. 8077-8083.


The photofragmentation of state-selected BrCl+ cations has been investigated by velocity-map ion-imaging methods. Detailed analyses of the 79Br+ fragment velocities lead to the most precise values yet reported for (i) the spin-orbit coupling constant for the X2 state, A = -2070 ± 4 cm-1; (ii) the bond dissociation energies of both states of 79Br35Cl+, 25019 ± 4 cm-1 (X23/2) and 22949 ± 2 cm-1 (X21/2); and (iii) the adiabatic ionization thresholds for forming 79Br35Cl+ parent ions in their X23/2 and X21/2 states, 88292 ± 6 and 90362 ± 4 cm-1, respectively.

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