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The gas phase reaction of iridium and iridium carbide anions with 2-hydoxyethylhydrazine (HEH)

The gas phase reaction of iridium and iridium carbide anions with 2-hydoxyethylhydrazine (HEH)

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BLANKENHORN, Moritz, Tatsuya CHIBA, Jerry A. BOATZ, Steven D. CHAMBREAU, Gerd GANTEFÖR, Kit H. BOWEN, 2022. The gas phase reaction of iridium and iridium carbide anions with 2-hydoxyethylhydrazine (HEH). In: International Journal of Mass Spectrometry. Elsevier. 478, 116875. ISSN 1387-3806. eISSN 1873-2798. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.ijms.2022.116875

@article{Blankenhorn2022phase-57833, title={The gas phase reaction of iridium and iridium carbide anions with 2-hydoxyethylhydrazine (HEH)}, year={2022}, doi={10.1016/j.ijms.2022.116875}, volume={478}, issn={1387-3806}, journal={International Journal of Mass Spectrometry}, author={Blankenhorn, Moritz and Chiba, Tatsuya and Boatz, Jerry A. and Chambreau, Steven D. and Ganteför, Gerd and Bowen, Kit H.}, note={Article Number: 116875} }

The gas phase reaction of iridium and iridium carbide anions with 2-hydoxyethylhydrazine (HEH) eng Chiba, Tatsuya Boatz, Jerry A. Understanding the chemistry of compounds that are similar to hydrazine has two advantages. First, it helps to identify less hazardous propellants to replace hydrazine as the most widely used monopropellant. And second, it helps to gain insight into the reaction mechanism that could be analogous to the decomposition of hydrazine into ammonia and nitrogen. Ionic liquids have already shown to be promising candidates to replace hydrazine. The molecule investigated in this study is 2-hydroxyethlyhydrazine (HOCH<sub>2</sub>CH<sub>2</sub>NHNH<sub>2</sub>; HEH), which is a neutral precursor to the ionic liquid 2-hydroxyethylhydrazinium nitrate (HEHN) and differs from hydrazine by the substitution of a hydrogen with a hydroxyethyl group. Gas phase photoelectron spectroscopy and density functional theory were used to examine the reaction between a HEH molecule and an Ir<sup>−</sup> anion as well as with IrC<sup>−</sup>. Suggested by the experimental and theoretical data, Ir<sup>−</sup> and IrC<sup>−</sup> react with HEH and can attack the C–N, C–O, N–N, C–H and the C–C bond in HEH. Chambreau, Steven D. Ganteför, Gerd 2022 2022-06-23T13:33:44Z Blankenhorn, Moritz Chiba, Tatsuya Boatz, Jerry A. Bowen, Kit H. 2022-06-23T13:33:44Z Ganteför, Gerd Blankenhorn, Moritz Bowen, Kit H. Chambreau, Steven D.

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