Table of contents for Dissociative recombination of molecular ions / Mats Larsson and Ann E. Orel.


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1 Introduction
1.1 History 1900-1950                                        1
1.2 History 1950-1970                                        5
1.3 History 1970-1990                                        7
1.4 History 1990-present                                    10
2 Experimental methods                                         11
2.1 Merged beams                                            11
2.2 Ion storage rings                                       30
2.3 Stationary afterglow technique                          51
2.4 Flowing afterglow technique                             59
2.5 Shock-tube technique                                    68
3 Theoretical methods                                          70
3.1 Introduction                                            70
3.2 What is a resonance?                                    75
3.3 Formal resonance theory                                 78
3.4 Resonance parameters and structure                      83
3.5 Nonadiabatic couplings                                  89
3.6 Calculation of dynamics                                 93
4 The H+ molecule                                             104
2                                                     119
5 Diatomic hydride ions                                       119
5.1 HeH+                                                   119
5.2 NeH+, ArH+, KrH+, and XeH+                             132
5.3 CH+                                                    133
5.4 NH+ and OH+                                            139
5.5 LiH+                                                   140
6 Diatomic ions                                                143
6.1 Rare-gas dimer ions: He+, Ne+, Ar+, Kr+, Xe+             143
6.2 The atmospheric ions: 0 , N-, and NO+                    154
6.3 Other diatomic ions                                      180
7 The H- molecule                                              184
7.1 History of H+                                            184
7.2 The dissociative recombination of H+                     186
8 Polyatomic ions                                              227
8.1 Dissociation dynamics in recombination of XH+ ions
(X = C, N, O, S, P)                                     227
8.2 Astrophysical molecular ions                             244
8.3 Cluster ions                                             267
8.4 Hydrocarbon ions                                         277
8.5 Other polyatomic ions                                    283
8.6 Electron capture dissociation                            283
9 Related processes                                            287
9.1 Dissociative excitation and ionization of molecular ions  288
9.2 Ion-pair production                                      294
9.3 Electron impact detachment of negative ions              296
9.4 Electron-molecule scattering; dissociative attachment    300
9.5 Photodissociation and photoionization                    308
10 Applications                -                                315
10.1 Molecular astrophysics                                 315
10.2 Atmospheric physics and chemistry                      319
10.3 Plasma physics and fusion research                     320



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Ion recombination, Dissociation, Ions, Electrons, Molecular structure