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production from reactions between water and small molybdenum suboxide cluster anions
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1 Department of Chemistry, Indiana University, 800 East Kirkwood Avenue, Bloomington, Indiana 47405, USA
a) Author to whom correspondence should be addressed. Electronic mail: cjarrold@indiana.edu.
J. Chem. Phys. 133, 054305 (2010)
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## Figures

FIG. 1.

cluster distribution under dry conditions (black trace) and after exposure to (blue trace). Stoichiometric clusters are indicated with an asterisk (*).

FIG. 2.

cluster distribution under dry conditions (black trace) and after exposure to (blue trace). Stoichiometric clusters are indicated with an asterisk (*).

FIG. 3.

oxide series on an expanded scale under dry conditions (black traces) and after (a) and (b) exposure (blue traces). Peaks marked with asterisks (*) are contaminants.

FIG. 4.

oxide series on an expanded scale under dry conditions (black traces) and (a) with increasing number density and (b) increasing number density. Numbers labeling the individual mass spectra reflect approximate cluster-water collisions during the reactor residence time.

FIG. 5.

oxide series on an expanded scale under dry conditions (black traces) and (a) with increasing number density and (b) increasing number density. Numbers labeling the individual mass spectra reflect approximate cluster-water collisions during the reactor residence time.

FIG. 6.

oxide series on an expanded scale under dry conditions (black traces) and (a) after exposure and (b) increasing number density. Numbers labeling the individual mass spectra reflect approximate cluster-water collisions during the reactor residence time.

FIG. 7.

Integrated peak intensities of (black traces) and D-containing products (red traces) plotted as a function of approximate water-cluster collisions for reactions with given (a) a more reduced initial distribution and (b) a more oxidized initial distribution. Representative error bars are included for and .

FIG. 8.

Integrated peak intensities of (black traces) and water products (red traces) plotted as a function of approximate water-cluster collisions for reactions with given (a) a more reduced initial distribution and (b) a more oxidized initial distribution. Representative error bars are included for and .

FIG. 9.

Representative plots used to determine pseudo-1° rate constants for sequential oxidation of clusters. Note that the reported values in Table I reflect the average of many such linear fits. (a) The rate constant for the most reduced clusters ( is shown as an example) is determined assuming exponential decay of the peak integral, with the number of water collisions, , via Eq. (4). (b) Using the value of determined in (a), is determined by fitting Eq. (5). In both cases, the red lines are the linear fit generated by the KALEIDAGRAPH graphics program.

## Tables

Table I.

Pseudo-first-order rate constants determined from Eqs. (4) and (5). Conversion to the associated second order rate constants is achieved by multiplying by collisional volume swept per time, . Values in parentheses reflect the uncertainty in the last digit. Dashes indicate that there were insufficient data to assert an approximate value.

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