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Density Functional Theory Study of Competitive Reaction Pathways of Ti+ with Fluorinated Acetone in the Gas Phase
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Density Functional Theory Study of Competitive Reaction Pathways of Ti+ with Fluorinated Acetone in the Gas Phase
Hong, Ki-Ryong; Kim, Tae-Kyu;
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 Abstract
We investigate the doublet and quartet potential energy surfaces associated with the gas-phase reaction between and for two plausible reaction pathways, and formation pathways by using the density functional theory (DFT) method. The molecular structures of intermediates and transition states involved in these reaction pathways are optimized at the DFT level by using the PBE0 functional. All transition states are identified by using the intrinsic reaction coordinate (IRC) method, and the resulting reaction coordinates describe how activates and produces and as products. On the basis of presented results, we propose the most favorable reaction pathway in the reaction between and .
 Keywords
;Density functional theory;Ion-molecule reaction;
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English
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