By Stuart A. Rice
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Exit channel. In the observed time interval, a yield of about 40% is obtained which, at later times, settles to a value of 60%. We note that no HþOD products are built, so that the dissociation is perfectly selective. The forced dissociation process for a selective H þ OD configuration is illustrated in the right-hand panels of Fig. 7. The same trends as in the D þ OH case are found, and the final yield is about 50%. Again, only the target channel is populated, indicating a 100% selectivity. In the two cases, different strength parameters are used, which explains the fact that the times where dissociation starts differ.
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