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|Title:||The binding energy of Ar to p-difluorobenzene-Ar. How large are three-body effects in p-difluorobenzene-Ar₂?|
|Other Titles:||The binding energy of Ar to p-difluorobenzene-Ar. How large are three-body effects in p-difluorobenzene-Ar(2)?|
|Citation:||Chemical Physics Letters, 2003; 368(5-6):542-546|
|Publisher:||Elsevier Science BV|
|Susan M. Bellm and Warren D. Lawrance|
|Abstract:||The technique of velocity map imaging has been used to determine the dissociation energy for the process p-difluorobenzene–Ar₂→p-difluorobenzene–Ar+Ar. The aim of the experiment was to obtain a value for comparison with the dissociation energy for the process p-difluorobenzene–Ar→p-difluorobenzene+Ar in order to ascertain the extent of three-body effects. We find that the dissociation energy for the loss of an Ar atom from p-difluorobenzene–Ar₂is 339±3 cm⁻¹, which is the same within experimental uncertainty as that for the loss of Ar from p-difluorobenzene–Ar (337±4 cm⁻¹). We conclude that the presence of the first Ar affects the binding energy of the second by 2% or less.|
|Rights:||Copyright © 2003, Elsevier|
|Appears in Collections:||Physics publications|
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