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76 eV, were reported for C1, just previously (Kurepa and Belic, 1977). From arguments of symmetry, Tam and Wong assign the fluorine peak to a somewhat forbidden capture of an electron into the o,, orbital of a shape resonance, which should occur in the other halogens as well. This assignment attributes the next two peaks to core excited resonances built on excitation of an electron from the nu or IT,orbital. The puzzlement here is, of course, that it is hard to reconcile the assignments of Tam and Wong with the reported rate for thermal e F, + F- + F, 10-fold larger than those for the heavy halogens.

2f but with a crossing. If the AB+ molecules may have vibrational excitation and if vibrational relaxation is slow compared with recombination, the probability P(R,) should be multiplied by the vibrational distribution ~ p j l $ j ( R ) lofz the AB’ molecules; p j is the probability of thejth vibrational state and I , ~ ~ (isRits ) wave function. 18 R. 6. Details of the potential curves involved in dissociation recombination. For recombination to be effective in the direct, curve-crossing model, the potential of (AB)* must fall in the range between the dashed curves (AB): and (AB):.

In many cases, such as the 10-eV peak of uDAfor e H,, the compound system gets its long life because some energy is transferred from the relative motion of the collision partners into a specific, clearly identifiable degree of freedom, leaving the collision partners in a well-defined (but nonstationary) quantum level of the compound system having a welldefined excitation of the target. In our example of e + H,, one electron is promoted from the lo, orbital to the lo, excited orbital, which it then shares with the incoming electron to give H , - ( 1 ~ 7 ~ ) ( 1 0 , ),ng+.

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