Illustration of the rebound and stripping mechanisms of reaction . The left part shows the rebound and the right part shows the stripping mechanism.
Time dependence of the energy in the excited mode of . The mode energy is averaged over 41 trajectories.
differential cross sections at the indicated energies and for vibrational state of indicated.
partial differential cross sections (see text for definition) and initial collision energy of . The upper figure is for the ground state and lower figure is for the excited state.
(left three panels) and (right three panels) rotational distributions (normed by the maximum to be 1) at collision energies as indicated.
impact parameter dependent rotational distributions (normed by the maximum to be 1) at collision energy and .
The impact parameter dependent reaction probabilities at the indicated initial collision energies for .
Reaction cross sections for and their ratio vs the initial collision energy.
vibrational energy distribution at initial collision energies as indicated for .
Calculated and experimental (Ref. 11) laboratory-speed distributions at the initial collision energy of and for .
abstraction saddle point geometry and energy on the ZBB2 potential energy surface (PES) and other sources, as indicated.
Normal mode frequencies of indicated geometries on the ZBB2 potential energy surface (PES) and other source, as indicated.
abstraction (ABSP) and exchange (EXSP) saddle point geometries, energies, and harmonic frequencies on the ZBB3 and ZBB2 potential energy surfaces, and directly from ab initio calculations.
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