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Fig. 9.


Results of Monte-Carlo simulations of the experiments by Jochims et al. (1994) for the hydrogen loss channels of perylene (panel a) and coronene (panel b) after 10−4 s. The vertical lines indicate the experimentally derived AE for H-loss (blue) and H2-loss (red). Panels c and d: competition between the different dehydrogenation channels involved in the first fragmentation from perylene and coronene, respectively. Panels e and f: competition between the different channels, but in this case for the second fragmentation step (from perylene after H2-loss and from coronene after H-loss).

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