Background subtracted images of MoO measured at (a) 17.6 kJ/mol and (b) 50.0 kJ/mol of collision energies. The density-to-flux correction was applied for both images. The focusing-acceleration conditions are different each other.
Angular distributions derived from observed images at three collision energies. The signals at each CM angle were integrated over the velocity ranges 94–250 m/s, 125–281 m/s, and 220–396 m/s for 10.0, 17.6, and 50.0 kJ/mol, respectively.
Velocity distribution of MoO measured at three collision energies. The signals at each velocity were averaged over entire CM angles.
(a) Kinetic energy distributions of MoO measured at three collision energies. (b) The same distributions are plotted with respect to the reduced kinetic energy, the ratio of the kinetic energy to the collision energy.
Profiles at θCM = 0°, 90°, and 180° measured at two collision energies. The intensities were normalized at the maximum values. The differences of distributions are also shown with one standard deviations by error bars.
Summary of properties of beams.
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