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Metastable hydronium ions in UV-irradiated ice
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10.1063/1.4768418
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FIG. 1.

Spectrum (a): LES and RIS mass spectra obtained from a neat H2O ASW film (20 BL thickness) grown on Ru(0001). Spectrum (b): MA (0.2 ML) was adsorbed onto the ASW film surface. Spectrum (c): MA (0.15 ML) was adsorbed onto an ASW film (20 BL thickness) after UV irradiation of the film for an exposure of ∼2 × 1016 photons cm−2. The appearance of the MAH+ peak in this spectrum indicates proton transfer from H3O+ in the ice to MA adsorbates. The sample temperature was maintained at ∼53 K during UV irradiation and spectral data acquisition.

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FIG. 2.

RIS signals of water isotopomers recorded from a H2O–D2O mixture ice surface (a) before and (b) after UV photolysis of the sample. In spectrum (b), the sample was exposed to UV light for 30 min at 90 K for a total exposure of ∼3.8 × 1016 photons cm−2. RIS measurements were made below 80 K. A thermal H/D exchange reaction at the surface was prohibited at these temperatures. Mass spectra were recorded in the centroid mode.

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FIG. 3.

MAH+ signal intensity (displayed using a normalized scale) measured as a function of delay time (t delay) from the termination of UV irradiation. The MAH+ intensity indicates the quantity of hydroniums present in the ice film, as detected by MA titration experiments. The experimental conditions for MA adsorption (0.2 ML) and UV photolysis (∼2 × 1016 photons cm−2) were identical to those in the procedure used for Fig. 1. The ice film thickness was ∼15 BL for ASW samples at ∼53, 80, and 125 K and ∼150 BL for the CI sample at 140 K (see text).

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FIG. 4.

Variation in surface population of HDO as a function of UV exposure time at different ice film temperatures [54 K (■), 80 K (○), 90 K (▲), and 100 K (▽)]. HDO is formed by the H/D exchange reaction on the H2O/D2O mixture ice film. The non-zero population of HDO at t = 0 is due to the adsorption of residual HDO gas during sample preparation (see text). A separate ice film was prepared for the kinetic measurement at each temperature. The dotted lines are used as a visual guide.

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FIG. 5.

Kinetic plots for the change in HDO surface coverage with UV irradiation time. The lines represent the least square fit of Eq. (3) to experimental data.

Tables

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Table I.

Apparent quantum yield for the H/D exchange reaction (), a corrected quantum yield (Φ H/D), and the average length of proton migration (N hop) at various temperatures.

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Scitation: Metastable hydronium ions in UV-irradiated ice
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jcp/137/20/10.1063/1.4768418
10.1063/1.4768418
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