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Electron ionization and gas-phase ion molecule reactions of methylcyclohexane

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Author(s)

C. Q. Jiao, Karl Irikura, S, F. Adams, A Garscadden

Abstract

Absolute cross sections for electron impact ionization of methylcyclohexane (MCH, C7H14) are measured as a function of the electron energy in a range of 10 to 200 eV. The reactions between selected hydrocarbon ions with MCH, mainly via hydride transfer, charge transfer and H2 transfer mechanisms, are studied. Absolute rate constants are reported, and the connection between the reactivities and the thermochemical data of the reactions is discussed. The binary encounter Bethe method is applied to MCH to provide a theoretical comparison to the sum of the measured ionization cross sections.
Citation
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry
Volume
300

Keywords

ab initio, combustion, cross section, electron ionization, FTMS, hydrocarbon fuels, ion-molecule reactions, methylcyclohexane

Citation

Jiao, C. and Irikura, K. (2010), Electron ionization and gas-phase ion molecule reactions of methylcyclohexane, International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (Accessed March 27, 2023)
Created November 8, 2010, Updated October 12, 2021