By Dudley Herschbach (auth.), Professor Roger Campargue (eds.)
"Atomic and Molecular Beams" studies the cutting-edge during this box either theoretically and experimentally, whereas at the same time investigating the numerous attainable functions. the themes coated comprise between others:
- laser cooling and manipulation of atoms and molecules
- alignment, rest and condensation in supersonic jets
- spectroscopy, country imaging and photodissociation in molecular beams
- simple molecular collisions and response dynamics
production and houses of clusters and nanoparticles
- beam interactions with surfaces.
With many contributions from prime researchers, together with numerous Nobel Prize laureates, this quantity will function an enduring resource of reference on all facets of primary learn into or utilizing atomic and molecular beams.
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The catalytic process then can deliver a host of product species that would not appear in appreciable yield under equilibrium conditions. Detection of such products is also facilitated, as shortly downstream Atomic and Molecular Beams in Chemical Physics: A Continuing Odyssey 1000 C4 800 >- 600 :t: C3 ... J ell cG) c 400 23 , C6 C5 200 40 120 80 160 200 m/e Figure 6: Low resolution mass spectrum of products from Ni catalyzed reaction of ethane (1060 DC, 85 Torr) expanded from supersonic nozzle.
In diffuse clouds, a molecule collides with another (H2 or He) only once every two months or so. The observed molecular abundances depart enormously from estimates derived by assuming chemical equilibrium. For instance, next to H 2, carbon monoxide is the most abundant interstellar molecule (although typically down by a factor of 10- 4 or more). But thermodynamic calculations predict that under typical dark cloud conditions (20 oK, density of H2 rv 105 cm- 3 ), at chemical equilibrium there would be less than one CO molecule in the volume (10 84 cm3 ) of the observable universe!
959 Looking Ahead Macro, Micro and Nanobeams J. C. Polanyi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 973 Subject Index ............................................ 989 Author Index ............................................. A. 1 Introd uction This introductory review presents vignettes intended to convey to the nonspecialist something of the style and scope of research with atomic and molecular beams. Necessarily, the episodes described are idiosyncratic and impressionistic, merely appetizers for the profuse smorgasbord of papers offered in this volume.
Atomic and Molecular Beams: The State of the Art 2000 by Dudley Herschbach (auth.), Professor Roger Campargue (eds.)