Values of ΔE for the different reactions computed with the assumption that ΔEe = 101 meV.
|Reaction||ΔE (meV)||ΔE (K)|
|N+ (3P0) + H2 ( J = 0 )||→||NH+ + H||18.53||215.0|
|N+ (3P0) + H2 ( J = 1 )||→||NH+ + H||3.84||44.6|
|N+ (3P1) + H2 ( J = 0 )||→||NH+ + H||12.49||144.9|
|N+ (3P1) + H2 ( J = 1 )||→||NH+ + H||−2.20|
|N+ (3P2) + H2 ( J = 0 )||→||NH+ + H||2.31||26.8|
|N+ (3P2) + H2 ( J = 1 )||→||NH+ + H||−12.38|
|N+ (3P0) + HD ( J = 0 )||→||ND+ + H||4.21||48.9|
|N+ (3P0) + HD ( J = 0 )||→||NH+ + D||54.06||627.3|
|N+ (3P1) + HD ( J = 0 )||→||ND+ + H||−1.83|
|N+ (3P1) + HD ( J = 0 )||→||NH+ + D||48.02||557.2|
|( J = 0 )||→||NH+ + H||18.2||211.2|
|( J = 1 )||→||NH+ + H||3.51||40.7|
|( J = 0 )||→||+ H||3.74||43.4|
Notes. A minus sign corresponds to an exothermic reaction. The ZPE of H2 and HD are respectively 2170.2 and 1883.6 cm-1, i.e. 269.07 and 233.54 meV, whereas those of NH+ (15NH+) and ND+ (15ND+) are respectively 1505 (1502.4) and 1103 (1099.2) cm-1, corresponding to 186.60 (186.27) and 136.75 meV. The J = 1 level of H2 has an energy of 14.69 meV.
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