We have investigated the photofragmentation properties of the three-membered ring heterocyclic molecule ethylene sulfide or thiirane, C2H4S, by time-of-flight mass spectroscopy. Positive ions have been collected as a function of photon energy around the S K ionization threshold. Branching ratios were derived for all detected ions, which are informative of the decay dynamics and photofragmentation patterns of the core-excited species. We present a new assignment of the spectral features around the S K-edge.
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Stolte, Wayne C., and G. Öhrwall. "Sulfur K-edge photofragmentation of ethylene sulfide." The Journal of chemical physics 133 (2010): 014306.
Stolte, W. C.,
Sulfur K-edge photo-fragmentation of ethylene sulfide.
Journal of Chemical Physics, 133(014306),