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C6H5+ (structure unspecified)


Gas phase ion energetics data

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Reactions leading to C6H5+ (ion structure unspecified)

Precursor AP (eV) Other Products Method Reference Comment
C6H5Br11.74 ± 0.07BrPIMalinovich, Arakawa, et al., 1985 
C6H5Br11.79 ± 0.09BrPIDunbar and Honovich, 1984 
C6H5Br12.04 ± 0.05BrEIBurgers and Holmes, 1984 
C6H5Br12.2 ± 0.1BrEIBurgers and Holmes, 1982 
C6H5Br11.7 ± 0.4BrPIPECORosenstock, Stockbauer, et al., 1980 
C6H5Br12.10BrPIPECOBaer, Tsai, et al., 1976 
C6H5Br11.82BrEIJohnstone and Mellon, 1972 
C6H5Br11.75 ± 0.05BrPISergeev, Akopyan, et al., 1970 
C6H5Br12.02BrEIHowe and Williams, 1969 
C6H5Cl11.81ClDERRipoche, Dimicoli, et al., 1991 
C6H5Cl13.1 ± 0.1ClEIBurgers and Holmes, 1984 
C6H5Cl12.88 ± 0.05ClEIBurgers and Holmes, 1984 
C6H5Cl12.25 ± 0.04ClPIPECORosenstock, Stockbauer, et al., 1980 
C6H5Cl12.47 ± 0.06ClPIRosenstock, Stockbauer, et al., 1979 
C6H5Cl13.06ClPIPECOBaer, Tsai, et al., 1976 
C6H5Cl12.81ClEIJohnstone and Mellon, 1972 
C6H5Cl12.55 ± 0.07ClPISergeev, Akopyan, et al., 1970 
C6H5Cl13.2 ± 0.1ClEIMajer and Patrick, 1962 
C6H5DS13.3 ± 0.2EIEIEarnshaw, Cook, et al., 1964 
C6H5F13.10 ± 0.05FPIPECONishimura, Meisels, et al., 1991 
C6H5F14.5 ± 0.1FEIMajer and Patrick, 1962 
C6H5I11.07 ± 0.07IPIMalinovich and Lifshitz, 1986 
C6H5I10.6 ± 0.1ITRPILifshitz and Malinovich, 1984 
C6H5I10.55 ± 0.01IEIGefen and Lifshitz, 1984 
C6H5I11.2 ± 0.9IPIDunbar and Honovich, 1984 
C6H5I11.4 ± 0.1IEIBurgers and Holmes, 1984 
C6H5I11.32 ± 0.05IEIBurgers and Holmes, 1984 
C6H5I11.015IPIPECODannacher, Rosenstock, et al., 1983 
C6H5I11.4 ± 0.1IEIBurgers and Holmes, 1982 
C6H5I11.27IPIPECOBaer, Tsai, et al., 1976 
C6H5I11.34IEIJohnstone and Mellon, 1972 
C6H5I11.06 ± 0.04IPISergeev, Akopyan, et al., 1970 
C6H5I11.46IEIHowe and Williams, 1969 
C6H5NO11.0 ± 0.1?EICarmichael, Gowenlock, et al., 1972 
C6H5NO211.51 ± 0.35NO2CADKatritzky, Watson, et al., 1990 
C6H5NO211.08 ± 0.16NO2PIPECONishimura, Das, et al., 1986 
C6H5NO211.28 ± 0.05NO2PIPECOPanczel and Baer, 1984T = 0K
C6H5NO211.14 ± 0.05NO2PIPECOPanczel and Baer, 1984T = 298K
C6H5NO212.14 ± 0.08NO2EIAllam, Migahed, et al., 1982 
C6H5NO29.46 ± 0.05NO2PIMatyuk, Potapov, et al., 1979 
C6H5NO211.9 ± 0.1NO2EIBrown, 1970 
C6H5NO212.16?EIHowe and Williams, 1969 
C6H613.52HEIMomigny, Brakier, et al., 1962 
C6H610.2 ± 0.1HEIRosenstock, McCulloh, et al., 1977 
C6H611.50HEIMomigny, Brakier, et al., 1962 
C6H69.85HPIOhmichi, Malinovich, et al., 1989 
C6H610.55 ± 0.09HPIRosenstock, McCulloh, et al., 1977 
C6H611.57HEIMomigny, Brakier, et al., 1962 
C6H6<=11.8HPIDannacher, Stadelmann, et al., 1981 
C6H611.50HEIMomigny, Brakier, et al., 1962 
C6H610.16 ± 0.08HPIRosenstock, McCulloh, et al., 1977 
C6H610.21 ± 0.03HEIGross and Aerni, 1973 
C6H611.47HEIMomigny, Brakier, et al., 1962 
C6H613.12 ± 0.05HEVALKlippenstein, Faulk, et al., 1993T = 0K
C6H612.90HLSKuhlewind, Kiermeier, et al., 1986T = 0K
C6H613.78 ± 0.08HPIRosenstock, McCulloh, et al., 1977 
C6H613.7 ± 0.1HEIRosenstock, McCulloh, et al., 1977 
C6H614.56 ± 0.07HEISelim, 1976 
C6H612.94HPIRosenstock, Larkins, et al., 1973 
C6H613.97 ± 0.06HEIBentley, Johnstone, et al., 1973 
C6H614.1 ± 0.1HEIGross, 1972 
C6H613.80 ± 0.03HPISergeev, Akopyan, et al., 1970 
C6H614.1 ± 0.1HEILifshitz and Reuben, 1969 
C6H613.8 ± 0.1HPIBrehm, 1966 
C6H6S14.7 ± 0.3SHEIGal'perin, Bogolyubov, et al., 1969 
C6H812.7H2+HEIHarrison, Haynes, et al., 1965 
C6H813.11 ± 0.10H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969 
C6H812.7H2+HEIHarrison, Haynes, et al., 1965 
C6H813.92 ± 0.10H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969 
C6H813.92 ± 0.10H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969 
C6H814.0H2+HEIHarrison, Haynes, et al., 1965 
C6H8S12.6 ± 0.3?EIBogolyubov, Plotnikov, et al., 1969 
C7H5ClO13.81Cl+COEIBenoit, 1973 
C7H5F315.2 ± 0.1?EIMajer and Patrick, 1962 
C7H5N13.8CNEIBurgers and Holmes, 1984 
C7H5N13.52 ± 0.05CNEIBurgers and Holmes, 1984 
C7H6O14.11CO+HEIBenoit, 1973 
C7H6O13.51 ± 0.12CHO?EIReed and Thornley, 1958 
C7H6O214.3 ± 0.07?EITajima, Azami, et al., 1977 
C7H6O215.1 ± 0.2CO+OHEIBenoit, 1973, 2 
C7H6O215.08CO+OHEIBenoit, 1973 
C7H7NO14.21NH2+COEIBenoit, 1973 
C7H7NO13.5 ± 0.1?EICotter, Soc. 1965 
C7H813.70CH3EIHoffman, 1974 
C7H813.7 ± 0.1CH3EIMajer and Patrick, 1962 
C7H814.17CH3EIHoffman, 1974 
C7H8O15.69 ± 0.08?EISelim, Fahmey, et al., 1990 
C7H8O14.60 ± 0.10?EISelim, Fahmey, et al., 1990 
C7H8O14.86 ± 0.09?EISelim, Fahmey, et al., 1990 
C7H9Cl12.7 ± 0.3?EISteele, Jennings, et al., 1965 
C7H9Cl13.0 ± 0.3?EI2Walker and Weissler, 1955 
C7H9Cl13.0 ± 0.3?EISteele, Jennings, et al., 1965 
C7H1012.3 ± 0.15?PEAllan, Dannacher, et al., 1980 
C7H1013.8 ± 0.3?EISteele, Jennings, et al., 1965 
C8H5F3O12.0?EIMajer and Patrick, 1963 
C8H6N2O14.07 ± 0.14?EIFoffani, Pignataro, et al., 1963 
C8H6O12.2 ± 0.1?EICoats and Anderson, 1957 
C8H816.02 ± 0.10C2H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969, 2 
C8H812.41 ± 0.10C2H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969, 2 
C8H812.59 ± 0.10C2H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969, 2 
C8H810.93 ± 0.10C2H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969, 2 
C8H814.49 ± 0.10C2H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969, 2 
C8H814.58 ± 0.10C2H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969, 2 
C8H815.58 ± 0.10C2H2+HEIFranklin and Carroll, 1969, 2 
C8H8O13.97CO+CH3EIBenoit, 1973 
C8H8O13.28CO+CH3EIJohnstone and Mellon, 1972 
C8H8O13.42 ± 0.07?EIFoffani, Pignataro, et al., 1963 
C8H8O213.9 ± 0.1OCH3+COEIBurgers and Holmes, 1982 
C8H8O214.3 ± 0.07OCH3+COEITajima, Azami, et al., 1977 
C8H8O214.74CH3O+COEIBenoit, 1973 
C8H8O213.82OCH3+COEIJohnstone and Mellon, 1972 
C8H10O215.8CH3+CO+H2OEIMori, Ogawa, et al., 1992 
C8H10O214.4CH3+CO+H2OEIMori, Ogawa, et al., 1992 
C8H10O212.7CH3+CO+H2OEIMori, Ogawa, et al., 1992 
C8H11N15.7 ± 0.1?EIGowenlock, Jones, et al., 1961 
C8H1416.1 ± 0.1?EIFranklin and Mogenis, 1967 
C9H10O13.66 ± 0.02?EIFoffani, Pignataro, et al., 1963 
C9H10O214.5 ± 0.03?EITajima, Azami, et al., 1977 
C10H817.21 ± 0.05C2H2+C2HPIJochims, Rasekh, et al., 1992 
C10H816.9 ± 0.10?EI2Winters and Kiser, 1964 
C10H818.72?PIJochims, Rasekh, et al., 1993 
C10H818.6 ± 0.1C2H2+C2HPIJochims, Rasekh, et al., 1992 
C10H818.45 ± 0.05?EIVanBrunt and Wacks, 1964 
C10H12O214.9 ± 0.06?EITajima, Azami, et al., 1977 
C10H12O215.0 ± 0.10?EITajima, Azami, et al., 1977 
C10H15N10.55C4H10NPIAkopyan, Vilesov, et al., 1975 
C11H14O215.0 ± 0.04?EITajima, Azami, et al., 1977 
C11H14O215.0 ± 0.03?EITajima, Azami, et al., 1977 
C12H1018.2 ± 0.5?EINatalis and Franklin, 1965 
C12H10N211.9 ± 0.1C6H5+N2EINatalis and Franklin, 1981 
C12H10O14.85 ± 0.05?EINatalis and Franklin, 1965, 2 
C12H16O215.2 ± 0.10?EITajima, Azami, et al., 1977 
C13H9ClO15.2 ± 0.3?EIKrenmayr, Heller, et al., 1974 
C13H9ClO15.2 ± 0.3?EIKrenmayr, Heller, et al., 1974 
C13H9ClO15.0 ± 0.3?EIKrenmayr, Heller, et al., 1974 
C13H9NO315.5 ± 0.3?EIKrenmayr, Heller, et al., 1974 
C13H9NO314.9 ± 0.3?EIKrenmayr, Heller, et al., 1974 
C13H9NO315.6 ± 0.3?EIKrenmayr, Heller, et al., 1974 
C13H10O15.67C6H5+COEIBenoit, 1973 
C13H10O16.22 ± 0.07?EINatalis and Franklin, 1965, 2 
C13H10O215.46 ± 0.05?EINatalis and Franklin, 1965, 2 
C13H10O312.1 ± 0.1?EINatalis and Franklin, 1965, 2 
C13H11NO15.6 ± 0.3?EIKrenmayr, Heller, et al., 1974 
C13H11NO16.2 ± 0.3?EIKrenmayr, Heller, et al., 1974 
C14H1020.7 ± 0.1?EINatalis and Franklin, 1965 
C14H10O215.1 ± 0.2?EINatalis and Franklin, 1965, 2 
C14H11N14.42 ± 0.15?EIOpitz, Bruch, et al., 1992 

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