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Photochemistry can be dramatically

different from “ordinary” chemistry

See example below

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Cl

Cl

Ar

Ljósefnafræði ; Dæmi /

photochemistry example:

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Cl

Cl

Ar

Ljósefnafræði ; Dæmi /

photochemistry example:

.

.

.

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Cl

Cl

Ar

Ljósefnafræði ; Dæmi /

photochemistry example:

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-

+

Cl

Ar

Ljósefnafræði ; Dæmi /

photochemistry example:

Cl

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Cl

Ar

Ljósefnafræði ; Dæmi /

photochemistry example:

Cl

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Ljósmyndun efnahvarfa;

Nóbelsverðlaunin í efnafræði, 1999

* Sjá: http://www.hi.is/~agust/

* Sjá: http://www.hi.is/~agust/

hr efnahv
Hr.efnahv.

Gangur og hraði efnahvarfa:

A + BC + D

hr efnahv1
Hr.efnahv.

Arrheníus: Nóbelsverðlaun 1903

Ljósmyndun efnahvarfa; Nóbelsverðlaunin í efnafræði, 1999

Gangur og hraði efnahvarfa:

A + BC + D

Hraði = k[A][B]; k = Aexp(-Ea/RT); k <= [A] vs t mælingar

Hr.efnahv.

kenning
1930-1940:

Kenning um skammlíft milliástand:

Kenning

Henry Eyring

Michael Polanyi

#

A..B

1

2

A + B

C + D

# Skammlíft milliástand:

Líftími »tími tengjasveiflu, dæmigert 10-13 – 10-12 sek

1:

2:

bunur
John C. Polanyi

Nóbelsverðlaun, 1986: Dudley Herzbach

Yuan Lee

1975-1990:

Tilraunir með sameindabunur:

Bunur

Sameinda-

buna

Árekstur

Skynjun

myndefna/

hvarfefna

Hreyfanlegur

skynjari

-Ráðið í eiginleika milliástanda út frá dreifingu / endurkasti sameinda

ljosm
“Femtósekúndu litrófsgreining”

Nóbelsverðlaunin í efnafræði 1999:

Próf. Ahmed Zewail, Caltech.

1985 -

“Ljósmyndun efnahvarfa”

Ljosm.

Þ.e. Gleypnimælingar milliástanda vs tími fyrir tíma(bil) £10-12 s:

Gleypnimælingar

með ljósleiftrum

10-15 s

AB

CD

A . .B

C ..D

A + B

0,000000000000001 s

C + D

hvernig
Of margbreytilegt

/flókið

Hvernig / Hvað?

Hvernig?

A + BC + D

Öll stig hvarfsins koma fyrir samtímis, þ.e.:

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Dæmi: “½ hvarf”, sbr.: ICN# I + CN, Þ.e.:

I

CN#

Skapa þarf “samhæfðar aðstæður”:

hvarf
Dæmi: “½ hvarf”, sbr.: ICN# I + CN, Þ.e.:

Gleypnimælingar

ICN#

I +CN

ICN#

Myndað með femtó-

sekúndu LASER-púls

gleypni

ICN

Skapa þarf “samhæfðar aðstæður”:

½ hvarf

I

CN

icn ni urst
Gleypni-

Mælingar:

Niðurstöður:

Nánar:

ICN#

I +CN

ICN-niðurst.

ICN

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(a)

(b)

[NaI#Na..I# ]Na + I

NaI

NaI

(a)

NaI#

(b)

Na

ih oco
IH..OCO [I..H..O..CO]I+HO+COIH+OCO

Van der

Waals

“Sameindir”

Spýtt-

kæling

Sameinda-

buna

cyclob
Cyclob.

C4H8C4H8#C2H4 + C2H4

???

c2f4i2
Rofnun tetrafluordijoðetans:C2F4I2

C2F4I2C2F4 + 2I:

.

I

F

I

F

F

?(1)

F

C C

C C

F

.

F

F

I

F

I

.

I

F

F

I

F

I

F

F

.

F

?(2)

C C

C C

C C

.

F

.

F

F

I

F

I

F

F

I

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Reactioncrosssection:

A + M ???

M1 + M2 ???

A + B C + D

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Cross section = s = 2p

Reactioncrosssection:

A + M ???

M1 + M2 ???

A + B C + D

d

But ions:

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+

+

-

-

-

+

-

+

+

+

F µ 1/r2

But ions:

Reactioncrosssection:

A+ + B C + D

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+

+

-

-

-

+

-

+

+

+

But Ions:

Reactioncrosssection:

A+ + B C + D

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+

+

But ions:

Reactioncrosssection:

A+ + B C + D

Collision frequency much larger

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Ions:

+

Collision cross

section =

s >> 2p

Reactioncrosssection:

A + M ???

M1 + M2 ???

A + B C + D

d

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