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Ultraviolet photochemistry of 2-bromothiophene explored using universal ionization detection and multi-mass velocity-map imaging with a PImMS2 sensor

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The ultraviolet photochemistry of 2-bromothiophene (C4H3SBr) has been studied across the wavelength range 265-245 nm using a velocity-map imaging (VMI) apparatus recently modified for multi-mass imaging and vacuum ultraviolet (VUV, 118.2 nm) universal ionization. At all wavelengths, molecular products arising from the loss of atomic bromine were found to exhibit recoil velocities and anisotropies consistent with those reported elsewhere for the Br fragment [J. Chem. Phys. 142, 224303 (2015)]....

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Oxford, Colleges and Halls, New College
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American Institute of Physics Publisher's website
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Journal of Chemical Physics Journal website
Volume:
147
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1
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013914
Publication date:
2017-04-05
Acceptance date:
2017-03-20
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1089-7690
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0021-9606
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pubs:690860
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uri:4228a0a2-e26f-4554-bb39-bb6c23064e6e
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uuid:4228a0a2-e26f-4554-bb39-bb6c23064e6e
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