Ionization energies of cesium and cesium oxide clusters View Full Text


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DATE

1989-03

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H. G. Limberger, T. P. Martin

ABSTRACT

The vertical ionization potentials of 7 cesium and 86 oxidized cesium clusters were determined using the technique of photoionization mass spectrometry. The spectra were obtained using a tunablecw dye laser for clusters in a mass range 1 to 2024 amu. The vertical ionization potentials (IP) are presented as a function of size and composition. The ionization energies of cesium clusters, Csn, decrease with cluster size. Unusually low IP were observed for the enneamer, Cs9, and for the cesium monoxide Cs11 O. With increasing oxidation of the cesium metal clusters the IP decreases (suboxides) reaches a minimum at Cs(Cs2O)n and then increases (superoxides). More... »

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439-442

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1986-06. Evolution of photoionization spectra of metal clusters as a function of size in ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR PHYSIK D ATOMS,MOLECULES AND CLUSTERS
  • 1988. Chemistry on Molecular Surfaces: Reactions of Gas Phase Clusters in ELEMENTAL AND MOLECULAR CLUSTERS
  • 1988. Compound Clusters in ELEMENTAL AND MOLECULAR CLUSTERS
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