Decomposition of Aromatic Compounds Relevant to Organic Electronics under Exposure to Low-Energy Electrons View Full Text


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2018-12

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M. V. Muftakhov, R. V. Khatymov, R. F. Tuktarov

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The persistence of molecules to destruction under the action of low-energy (0–15 eV) electrons is investigated for a representative series of aromatic compounds of interest to organic electronics and photonics. The energy regions of the most effective interaction of free electrons with isolated molecules, which leads to the dissociative decay of molecules due to the formation of short-lived negative molecular ions unstable to fragmentation, are determined using resonance electron capture negative ion mass spectrometry. The characteristic fragmentation channels for molecular ions are revealed for some groups of compounds, and the threshold energies of the most significant fragmentation processes are estimated. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and oligophenyls are stable to the action of electrons in the electron energy range ~0–3 eV, above which these compounds are decomposed into the single channel of hydrogen atom detachment. For compounds with heterocycles (oxadiazole and maleimide derivatives) in their structure, the stability range narrows down to ~0–1 eV. Electrons with energies exceeding this range initiate the decay of molecules (anions) via various channels among which the detachment of a cyanate anion from a heterocyclic nucleus is the most intense and destructive process. More... »

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1854-1860

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