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  1. Meta-analysis of CO2 conversion, energy efficiency, and other performance data of plasma-catalysis reactors with the open access PIONEER database
  2. CO2 Reduction by Nanosecond-Plasma Discharges: Revealing the Dissociation’s Time Scale and the Importance of Pulse Sequence
  3. On the determination of the vibrational temperature by optical emission spectroscopy
  4. Destruction of dimethyl ether and methyl formate by collisions with He+ (Corrigendum)
  5. Exceeding Equilibrium CO2 Conversion by Plasma-Assisted Chemical Looping
  6. Dry reforming of methane in a nanosecond repetitively pulsed discharge: chemical kinetics modeling
  7. Time-resolved optical emission spectroscopy in CO2 nanosecond pulsed discharges
  8. Experimental and Computational Studies on the Reactivity of Methanimine Radical Cation (H2CNH+•) and its Isomer Aminomethylene (HCNH2+•) With C2H2
  9. The reactivity of methanimine radical cation (H2CNH•+) and its isomer aminomethylene (HCNH2•+) with C2H4
  10. CH4 reforming with CO2 in a nanosecond pulsed discharge. The importance of the pulse sequence
  11. The reactivity of methanimine radical cation (H2CNH+) and its isomer aminomethylene (HCNH2+) with methane
  12. Non-thermal rate constants of quenching and vibrational relaxation in the OH$\left(\right.{\textbf{\textsf{A}}}^{2}{\mathbf{\Sigma }}^{+},{\boldsymbol{\upsilon }}^{\prime }=0,1\left.\right)$ manifold
  13. The effect of different pulse patterns on the plasma reduction of CO2 for a nanosecond discharge
  14. Editorial: Reaction Dynamics Involving Ions, Radicals, Neutral and Excited Species
  15. Non-thermal plasma in waste composting facilities: From a laboratory-scale experiment to a scaled-up economic model
  16. State-Selected Reactivity of Carbon Dioxide Cations (CO2+) With Methane
  17. Stereodynamical Effects by Anisotropic Intermolecular Forces
  18. Destruction of dimethyl ether and methyl formate by collisions with He+
  19. Nanosecond Pulsed Discharge for CO2 Conversion: Kinetic Modeling To Elucidate the Chemistry and Improve the Performance
  20. Progress on laser induced fluorescence in a collisional environment: the case of OH molecules in ns pulsed discharges
  21. Overconfident people are more exposed to “black swan” events: a case study of avalanche risk
  22. Preferential vibrational excitation in microwave nitrogen plasma assessed by Raman scattering
  23. Time-Resolved CO2 Dissociation in a Nanosecond Pulsed Discharge
  24. The reactivity of cyclopropyl cyanide in titan's atmosphere: a possible pre-biotic mechanism
  25. The Selective Role of Long-Range Forces in the Stereodynamics of Ion-Molecule Reactions: The He+ +Methyl Formate Case From Guided-Ion-Beam Experiments
  26. Characterisation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by the composting of different waste matrices
  27. Laser induced fluorescence in nanosecond repetitively pulsed discharges for CO2conversion
  28. Effects of collision energy and vibrational excitation of CH3+ cations on its reactivity with hydrocarbons: But-2-yne CH3CCCH3 as reagent partner
  29. Reactivity of fatty acid methyl esters under atmospheric pressure plasma jet exposure: An experimental and theoretical study
  30. Rate constants of quenching and vibrational relaxation in the OH(${{A}^{2}}{{ \Sigma }^{+}},v=0,1$ ), manifold with various colliders
  31. Experimental investigation of the reaction of helium ions with dimethyl ether: stereodynamics of the dissociative charge exchange process
  32. Selective Generation of the Radical Cation Isomers [CH3CN]•+ and [CH2CNH]•+ via VUV Photoionization of Different Neutral Precursors and Their Reactivity with C2H4
  33. Conversion of CH4 /CO2by a nanosecond repetitively pulsed discharge
  34. Plasma Assisted Flame Stabilizationin a Non-Premixed Lean Burner
  35. Potential of non-thermal plasmas for helping the biodegradation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by waste management plants
  36. Laser induced fluorescence in atmospheric pressure discharges
  37. Corrigendum on ‘OH Density Measurements by Time-Resolved Broad Band Absorption Spectroscopy in a He-H2 O Dielectric Barrier Discharge With Small O2 Addition’
  38. Molecular growth of PAH-like systems induced by oxygen species: experimental and theoretical study of the reaction of naphthalene with HO (2Π3/2), O (3P), and O2 (3Σ−g)
  39. Effluents from MBT plants: Plasma techniques for the treatment of VOCs
  40. CO2Hydrogenation by CH4in a Dielectric Barrier Discharge: Catalytic Effects of Nickel and Copper
  41. Oxidation of CH4 by CO2 in a dielectric barrier discharge
  42. OH Density Measurements by Time-Resolved Broad Band Absorption Spectroscopy in a He-H2O Dielectric Barrier Discharge with Small O2Addition
  43. Formation of polynuclear copper complexes of guanine-based nucleobases in the gas phase studied by ESI-MS
  44. Growth of polyphenyls via ion–molecule reactions: An experimental and theoretical mechanistic study
  45. CRITICAL REVIEW OF N, N + , N + 2 , N ++ , And N ++ 2 ...
  46. Lipid profiles of oil from trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) heads, spines and viscera: Trout by-products as a possible source of omega-3 lipids?
  47. Infrared spectroscopy of copper-resveratrol complexes: A joint experimental and theoretical study
  48. A joint experimental and theoretical investigation on the oxidative coupling of resveratrol induced by copper and iron ions
  49. Influence of ascent speed on rock climbing economy
  50. Chemical synthesis in acetonitrile containing discharges. Insights from photoionization experiments with synchrotron radiation
  51. A theory of energy cost and speed of climbing
  52. A study of resveratrol-copper complexes by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry and density functional theory calculations
  53. Synthesis of Liquid Organic Compounds from CH4 and CO2 in a Dielectric Barrier Discharge Operating at Atmospheric Pressure
  54. Growth of polyaromatic molecules via ion-molecule reactions: An experimental and theoretical mechanistic study
  55. Idiosyncratic control of the center of mass in expert climbers
  56. Guided-Ion-Beam and ab Initio Study of the Li+, K+, and Rb+ Association Reactions with Gas-Phase Butanone and Cyclohexanone in Their Ground Electronic States
  57. Reactivity of C2H5+ with Benzene: Formation of Ethylbenzenium Ions and Implications for Titan’s Ionospheric Chemistry
  58. Ion chemistry in gaseous discharges at atmospheric pressure
  59. An experimental guided-ion-beam and ab initio study of the ion-molecule gas-phase reactions between Li+ ions and iso-C3H7Cl in their ground electronic state
  60. The reaction of N2O with phenylium ions C6(H,D)5+: An integrated experimental and theoretical mechanistic study
  61. Experimental and modeling analysis of a batch gasification/pyrolysis reactor
  62. State-specific reactions and autoionization dynamics of Ar2+ produced by synchrotron radiation
  63. Methane Oligomerization in a Dielectric Barrier Discharge at Atmospheric Pressure
  64. CN( B 2 Σ + ) formation and emission in a N 2 –CH 4 atmospheric pressure dielectric barrier discharge
  65. Tautomerism of Uracil Probed via Infrared Spectroscopy of Singly Hydrated Protonated Uracil
  66. Generation of the organo-rare gas dications HCCRg2+ (Rg = Ar and Kr) in the reaction of acetylene dications with rare gases
  67. Gas-phase synthesis of the rare-gas carbene cation ArCH2+ using doubly ionised bromomethane as a superelectrophilic reagent
  68. New Insights into the Reaction Mechanisms of Phenylium Ions with Benzene
  69. A simple and cost-effective high voltage radio frequency driver for multipolar ion guides
  70. Special issue: CAMOP–MOLEC XVI
  71. Chemical processes in the atmospheric pressure plasma treatment of benzene
  72. Guided ion beams study of ion–molecule reactions at low collision energies: The Li+–acetone adduct formation in the 0.10–1.00 eV center of mass energy range
  73. Dissociative double photoionization of N2 using synchrotron radiation: Appearance energy of the N2+ dication
  74. The collisional alignment of acetylene molecules in supersonic seeded expansions probed by infrared absorption and molecular beam scattering
  75. The intriguing case of organic impurities contained in synthetic methanol: a mass spectrometry based investigation
  76. Phenol Production in Benzene/Air Plasmas at Atmospheric Pressure. Role of Radical and Ionic Routes
  77. Structure and stability of oligomeric clusters produced in the ionization of acetonitrile
  78. Gas-phase synthesis and detection of the benzenediazonium ion, C6H5N2+. A joint atmospheric pressure chemical ionization and guided ion beam experiment
  79. Low energy charge-transfer collisions of rare gas dications: Ne2++Ne and Kr2++Kr
  80. Reactivity of C10H7+ and C10D7+ with H2 and D2
  81. Argon–hydrogen rf plasma study for carbon film deposition
  82. Cyclic and bent electronic states of the N3+ ion
  83. Reactions of phenylium ions C6(H,D)5+ with D2
  84. Experimental and theoretical investigation of the production of cations containing C–N bonds in the reaction of benzene with atomic nitrogen ions
  85. Bond-forming reactions of dications: Production of ArO+ and ArO2+ in the reaction of Ar2+ with O2
  86. State-to-state cross-sections for N2+(X,ν′ = 1,2) + Ar and Ar+(2P ) + N2(X,ν = 0) at low energies
  87. The charge-excitation exchange process: ()+()→()+()
  88. Photoionisation of ethylene clusters by synchrotron radiation in the energy range 17–50 eV
  89. Structure and charge transfer dynamics of the (Ar–N2)+ molecular cluster
  90. C N bond formation in the reaction of nitrogen ions N + with benzene molecules
  91. Structural, morphological, and mechanical properties of plasma deposited hydrogenated amorphous carbon thin films: Ar gas dilution effects
  92. Gaseous precursors of diamond-like carbon films: chemical composition of CH4/Ar plasmas
  93. Ar-dilution effects on the elastic and structural properties of hydrogenated hard carbon films deposited by plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition
  94. The reaction N2++N2→N3++N from thermal to 25 eV
  95. Gaseous precursors of diamond-like carbon films in CH4/Ar plasmas
  96. Guided-ion beam investigations of the reactions CO++N2 and N2++CO
  97. Bond-forming reactions of molecular dications with rare gas atoms: Production of ArC2+ in the reaction CO2++Ar
  98. Reactions of C+(2Pu) with CO(1Σ+) from thermal energies to 30 eV
  99. Guided ion beam investigation of the reaction CO++CO: C–O bond activation and C–C bond formation
  100. Production of the molecular dication ArC2+ by ion–molecule reactions
  101. Production of ArN+ ions in the reactions Ar++N2 and N2++Ar
  102. Production of the Molecular Di-cationArN2+<...
  103. Ion-molecule-reaction mass spectrometer for on-line gas analysis
  104. Dissociation energies and heats of formation of NH and NH+
  105. Charge transfer of krypton ions with methane molecules from thermal energy to 10 eV
  106. Molecular processes in CH4H2 plasmas diluted with rare gases: reactions of X∗ atoms and X+ ions (X  Ne and Ar) with methane molecules
  107. Dissociative Charge Transfer of Argon Ions with Methane Molecules from Ultralow to Superthermal Collision Energies
  108. Charge-transfer reaction of 14,15N+(3P J)+N2(1Σ+g) from thermal to 100 eV. Crossed-beam and scattering-cell guided-ion beam experiments
  109. Experimental observation of the energy threshold in the ion–molecule reaction N++D2→ND++D
  110. The reaction of argon ions with hydrogen and deuterium molecules by crossed beams: Low energy resonances and role of vibronic levels of the intermediate complex
  111. General discussion
  112. The charge transfer reaction Ar+ + N2 → N+2 + Ar. Crossed-beam measurements of the integral cross section as a function of the collision energy
  113. High-resolution measurements of integral cross sections in ion-molecule reactions from low-energy-guided crossed-beam experiments
  114. Integral cross sections for the reaction N+2+X2→N2X++X(X=H,D): A low energy crossed-beam experiment
  115. Low-energy structure in theAr+
  116. Vibrational relaxation of N+2(X 2Σ+g, ν=1) in collisions with He. A theoretical study
  117. High-resolution measurements of the integral cross-section for the reaction Ar++H2→ArH++H as a function of the collision energy
  118. Transport of an ion beam through an octopole guide operating in the R.F.-only mode
  119. Vibrational deactivation mechanisms for O+2(v=1) colliding with Kr
  120. Energy dependences of reactions between some atomic ions and SF6, and reevaluation of appearance potentials (SF+5/SF6) and D(SF5–F)
  121. Computational evidence for the existence of two mechanisms for the vibrational relaxation of O+2 by collision with Kr
  122. The vibrational quenching of O+2(v) by Kr as a function of relative kinetic energy
  123. Observation of collision-energy, product-state, and angular-scattering specificity in the charge-transfer reaction of Ar+(2P32) with N2(X 1Σg, υ = 0)
  124. Reaction ofO+, C
  125. The reaction of CO+2 with atomic hydrogen
  127. From Microscopic to Macroscopic Modeling of Supersonic Seeded Atomic Beam