A study of the atmospherically relevant reaction between molecular chlorine and dimethylsulfide (DMS): establishing the reaction intermediate and measurement of absolute photoionization cross-sections
Dyke, J. M., Ghosh, M. V., Goubet, M., Lee, E. P. F., Levita, G., Miqueu, K. and Shallcross, D. E. (2006) A study of the atmospherically relevant reaction between molecular chlorine and dimethylsulfide (DMS): establishing the reaction intermediate and measurement of absolute photoionization cross-sections. Chemical Physics, 324 (1). pp. 85-95. ISSN 0301-0104
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In a study using UV photoelectron spectroscopy (PES) of the atmospherically relevant reaction CH3SCH3 + Cl2 → CH3SCH2Cl + HCl bands associated with a reaction intermediate have been observed. These have been assigned to ionization of the covalently bound molecule (CH3)2SCl2 on the basis of the intensity of the observed bands as a function of reaction time, molecular orbital calculations of vertical ionization energies and evidence from infrared spectroscopy. A method has also been developed, with the flow-tube/PE spectrometer combination used, to measure photoionization cross-sections of the reagents and products at the photon energy utilized and this has allowed the photoionization cross-section of the intermediate to be estimated. This work augments an earlier study in which the rate constant of the reaction between CH3SCH3 (DMS) and Cl2 has been measured at room temperature.