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Journal of the chemical society. Pages 169-172. http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/j19690000169

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Abstract

A discussion is given of the process whereby a substituted aromatic molecule captures a slow electron and dissociates. It is shown that the process often goes via two stages. and that the relative symmetries of the electroncapture state and the final dissociation state are very important. Both the sensitivity of the process to changes in the substituent and the existence of an activation energy are explained in the model

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