CHEMICAL BONDS DISSOCIATION ENERGY

2017-09-19T15:14:57Z (GMT) by Adel Iakubov
<p>In previous publications dealing with experimental mass spectrometry of tungsten hexacarbonyl, hexafluoroacetylacetone and its bidentate metal complexes M(hfac)<sub>2</sub>; M = Cu, Pd the obtained data have been not adequately systematized. In this paper, we analyze the previously published experimental data of the various bond dissociation energy.<b> </b>A modified Yukawa potential, which is the exact solution of the problem dependence the chemical bond energy of its length, is used to analyze the experimental data.<b> </b>Experimental results of the formation of ions can be interpreted only in terms of the formation of fractionally charged quasi-particles. <b> </b>As an experimental technique, mass spectrometry of negative ions in electron resonance capture mode ranks next to the fractional quantum Hall effect in which fractional values of the charge quantization are observed. Also noted the possibility capture of electron with “negative” kinetic energy.</p>