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Neutralization of solvated protons and formation of noble-gas hydride molecules: Matrix-isolation indications of tunneling mechanisms?
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10.1063/1.1953467
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and HArF in solid Ar. Shown are (from top to bottom) fragments of IR absorption spectrum after the VUV photolysis of the matrix, the spectrum after annealing of the photolyzed matrix at , and the spectrum after annealing of the same sample at . The annealing time was . The spectra were measured at . The deposition temperature was . The multiplying factor of 3.5 is applied to the higher-frequency part of the plot.

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Annealing-induced decay of cations. The annealing time was . The annealing-measurement cycle was typically long. The concentrations are obtained by integrating the band and are normalized by the initial value. The deposition temperatures are shown in the plot. The spectra were measured at .

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Protons and deuterons solvated in (a) Ar and (b) Kr matrices. The IR absorption spectra correspond to the situations after the photolysis of HF(DF)∕Ar and HF(DF)∕Kr matrices and after annealing of the photolyzed matrices. The annealing time was . The deposition temperatures were 8 and for Ar and Kr matrices, respectively. The spectra were measured at .

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(a) Decay of and formation of HArF (unstable configuration) in an Ar matrix at and (b) the same processes for the deuterated species. Open and solid symbols in panel (a) correspond to experiments in dark and under globar irradiations, respectively. The HArF and DArF concentrations are normalized by the values after additional annealing at . Photolysis-produced HArF and DArF concentration is excluded from the kinetic data. The concentrations are obtained by integrating the corresponding IR absorption bands.

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and in solid Kr. Shown are (from top to bottom) the fragment of an IR absorption spectrum after the photolysis of the matrix, the spectrum after at , and the spectrum after annealing of the same sample at for . The band at belongs to . The matrix was deposited at . The spectra were measured at .

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Scitation: Neutralization of solvated protons and formation of noble-gas hydride molecules: Matrix-isolation indications of tunneling mechanisms?
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/123/6/10.1063/1.1953467
10.1063/1.1953467
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