The dissociation dynamics of small carbon clusters is studied by classical trajectory analysis. A large number of initial conditions are chosen to analyze the effects of the energy, angular momentum and the initial geometry of the cluster. The dissociation times, decay rate constants, kinetic energy of the dissociating atoms and the geometrical structure of the remaining part of the clusters are computed from microcanonical sampling of the phase space. Distributions of these properties as well as the possibilities of various fragmentation channels are presented.
YURTSEVER, Ersin and ELMACI, Nuran (1997) "Dissociation Dynamics of Small Carbon Clusters," Turkish Journal of Chemistry: Vol. 21: No. 1, Article 6. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/chem/vol21/iss1/6