INTERACTION OF NAKED IRON ATOMS WITH SMALL MOLECULES.

M. Pasternak, P. H. Barrett

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Abstract

The Moessbauer Effect in **5**7Fe is used to discover and characterize chemical species formed between bare iron atoms or molecules with molecules of quasi-inert gases at low temperatures. Experiments were conducted with N//2, CH//4, C//2H//4, C//2H//6, C//6H//6 and NH//3. The later product was U. V. irradiated and its photoproducts were analyzed. It was found that cryochemical species with N//2, CH//4 and C//2H//4 are formed with Fe//2 or higher polymer, solely. Monomers bind to a single molecule of NH//3 and both monomers and dimers form a distinct bonding with ethane. The experimental part is described with emphasis in new developments.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)79-78
Number of pages2
JournalJournal de physique. Colloque
Volume41 Colloq C-1
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1979
EventInt Conf on Moessbauer Spectrosc, Portoroz -
Duration: 10 Sep 197914 Sep 1979

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